14 Miami Marlins Who Will Be Attractive Trade Deadline Candidates

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14 Miami Marlins Who Will Be Attractive Trade Deadline Candidates
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Larry Beinfest, the Miami Marlins president of baseball operations, could be a busy man at the July 31 trade deadline.

Livan Hernandez for Nate Bump and Jason Grilli in 1999.

Ryan Dempster in exchange for Juan Encarnacion, Wilton Guerrero and Ryan Snare on July 11, 2002. On the same day, Cliff Floyd, Claudio Vargas and Guerrero in a swap for Graeme Lloyd, Mike Mordecai, Carl Pavano, Justin Wayne and Donald Levinski.

And then there was last season. The Miami Marlins bid adieu to Omar Infante and Anibal Sanchez for Brian Flynn, Rob Brantly and Jacob Turner. Two days later, it was sayonara to Randy Choate and Hanley Ramirez in a trade for Scott McGough and Nathan Eovaldi.

Welcome to some of the big-name trades the Miami Marlins have executed around the July 31 trade deadline. Now if you look closely, you'll notice it's usually the marquee names who are leaving South Beach for greener pastures.

In a few months, the Marlins might make another jaw-dropping trade as they look to continue their rebuilding efforts by shipping whatever short-term assets they have for a brighter long-term future.

So who might the Marlins look to trade? Well, here are 14 names, in order of least significant to most significant, the Marlins might look to swap at the trade deadline.

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