Power Ranking the Contracts of Every Miami Marlins Player

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Power Ranking the Contracts of Every Miami Marlins Player
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Who has the most friendly Miami Marlins contract? It could be Giancarlo Stanton, left, or Jose Fernandez, or it could be a different Marlin...

Outside of a few last-minute signings here and there, the Miami Marlins' Christmas shopping for the 2014 season is nearly complete.

The Marlins have potentially upgraded their offense with the signing of the 14th-best free agent on this year's market, according to ESPN.com, and they supplemented that by adding a three-time All-Star who won the 2000 National League Rookie of the Year, a left-handed hitter who has smacked at least 15 home runs in each of the last five seasons, and a third baseman who hit .292 with 28 homers last season—albeit in Japan.

The organization also made a few other moves such as non-tendering relief pitcher Ryan Webb and outfielder Chris Coghlan, and executing trades that sent outfielder Justin Ruggiano to the Chicago Cubs and first baseman Logan Morrison to the Seattle Mariners

Now that the dust has almost settled, the Marlins' financial situation slowly becomes clearer by the day. Outside of three arbitration-eligible players—hearings are scheduled between Feb. 1-21—the Marlins have contracts for 37 of the team's 40-man roster complete.

With that said, it's time to assess every Marlins player's contracts in power ranking form.

However, there is one twist. Whereas most power rankings are completed in ascending form, this will be done is descending form. After all, we want to save the Marlins best contract for last...

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