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Predicting the Miami Marlins' 25-Man Roster If They Make No Other Big Moves
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First-year Marlins manager Mike Redmond could be telling reporters what his 25-man roster will look like come Opening Day.

The holiday season is finally over, which means many teams are in the process of finishing their offseason shopping spree.

In the Miami Marlins' case, though, they had more of a clearance sale than a Christmas wish list.

The Marlins made three separate trades—Heath Bell to the Arizona Diamondbacks; Jose Reyes, Mark Buehrle, Josh Johnson, John Buck and Emilio Bonifacio to the Toronto Blue Jays in a 12-player fire sale; and Yunel Escobar to the Tampa Bay Rays. They also signed just four recognizable free agents, two to a minor league deal.

On the bright side, all this means is we get an early start as to what first-year manager Mike Redmond's team will look like come Opening Day. Of course, this is barring any major moves the Marlins might still make such as trading Ricky Nolasco and/or Giancarlo Stanton, or shocking the world and signing a free agent such as Michael Bourn.

But until then, this is what the Marlins' 25-man roster might look like when they hit the field April 1 against the Washington Nationals.

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