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Playing Fact or Fiction with the Latest Miami Marlins Rumors
Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports
What do the brain trust of Marlins president of baseball operations Michael Hill, right, and general manager Dan Jennings have cooking this offseason?

Now that the General Manager Meetings have wrapped up last week, activity has begun to pick up.

In the past week, starting pitcher Tim Hudson has a pending agreement to join the San Francisco Giants, outfielder Marlon Byrd inked a deal with the Philadelphia Phillies and catcher Carlos Ruiz decided to stay put with the Phillies. That's three of ESPN.com's top 50 free agents off the market. 

Moreover, rumors are swirling as we are a little more than a week away from the Thanksgiving holiday. For instance, Jay-Z and the New York Mets held a secret dinner Monday night to discuss free agent second baseman Robinson Cano, according to the New York Post. Last week, the New York Post had a theory the Miami Marlins could be a stealth bidder for Cano's services because they are further along in their accumulation of young talent, and no owner has proven more impetuous in spending and selling off than Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria.

Basically, at this time of the year, you can't trust everything you read. But because of that, we're here to help decipher what is real and what is fantasy in the Marlins world.

From the least impactful to most impactful, we'll play fact or fiction with the latest Marlins rumors.

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