The Florida Marlins are going to be on the lookout for the next manager, who will inherit one of the best position players in the game (Hanley Ramirez) and one of the best pitchers in the game (Josh Johnson).
Let's not forget that the new manager will also be entering a new home stadium in 2012, with a new name (Miami Marlins), and new uniforms and color schemes.
The new manager would also not have to worry about low payroll, since the front office has promised many fans that it would be in the middle of the pack once they move into the new stadium and haul in more revenue in their own venue.
Considering they are moving into their new stadium and haven't made the playoffs since their World Series victory in 2003, the Marlins want to hire a manager who can assure them of that without a doubt. That means an extensive search.
Here are the 10 options the Marlins will consider when the offseason arrives...