Fredi Gonzalez is gone, but the Florida Marlins keep losing ground.
As the Atlanta Braves slowly walk away with the National League East, the Fish remain 10 games out of first, and four games below .500.
With the Midsummer Classic in a few days, Larry Beinfest and Co. must decide whether to become a buyer or seller.
Can the team pull off a win streak and stay in the race?
At this point in time, it appears to be the latter.
Word within the organization expresses the sentiment that everyone but Hanley Ramirez and Josh Johnson is on the market to be traded.
Ramirez, who will be the NL's starting shortstop in the All-Star game for the third straight year, feels like his sub-par season could be at fault.
"Cody [Ross], he's blaming it on me if he gets traded, because we're not winning," he said. "I need to go to Home Depot and buy a rake."