The Miami Marlins have attracted quality free agents in recent years, but this offseason may not be as exciting for fans.
After the team traded away its top stars last offseason, it will be a tough sell for premier free agents. Even if the team is willing to throw money at the stars, the thought of possibly getting traded early in the deal could keep some from signing with the club.
Miami had the second-lowest payroll in baseball in 2013. The Houston Astros had the lowest payroll, but the Marlins weren't close to any other team.
It's no surprise that the Marlins and the Astros finished with the two worst records in baseball given that their combined payroll barely topped the 28th-highest team, via USAToday.com.
The rebuilding process will continue this offseason, so stick around to see what kind of moves the Marlins will make. Their name will likely be thrown around this winter, and this tracker will be updated as things happen. Keep checking back here to see the latest rumors and moves involving Miami.