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"WhiteFanposts Sections News & RumorsAnalysisPodcastsProspects & DraftGame CoverageFull ArchiveMasthead Social Marlins Players on TwitterFish Stripes on InstagramMarlins Media Members Fish Stripes Best of 2018 Marlins StoriesScheduleRosterStatsCommunity Guidelines StubHub 鉁昅iami Marlins Analysis2018 Season Review: CatchersYou can’t know where you’re going without knowing where you’ve been.system. Although Realmuto’s name has perpetually been involved in trade talks—at the Winter Meetings Early Wynn Jersey , at the Trade Deadline, and even now—nothing has ever materialized. Outlets for other teams in the mix for a catcher have nonchalantly thrown out Realmuto’s name whenever trade talks have warmed up; people seem to have the idea that the rebuilding Marlins will throw him out there for whatever prospects get floated downstream.But so far, the Marlins haven’t taken the bait. (Fish puns, you guys). The Marlins have held onto the now Arb-2 catcher, regarding him as a young, controllable asset with surplus value in spades. Now, however Avisail Garcia Jersey , it seems like the Marlins are at a crossroads: extend or die. Although hypothetically, Realmuto’s contract can just get renewed on an arbitration deal, it’s been said that if he does return, it will be on an extension.In the meantime, it’s a seller’s market for catchers. This season in particular, a number of contending teams took mediocre catchers with them on their playoff journeys.2018 Playoff CatchersNameTeamPAHROBPSLGwOBAwRC+BB%K%ISOBABIPOffDefWARNameTeamPAHROBPSLGwOBAwRC+BB%K%ISOBABIPOffDefWARHere, the Marlins are in the driver seat. It’s a win-win for them. If any of these teams want their hands on the new Crown Prince of Catching http://www.whitesoxfanproshop.com/authentic-paul-konerko-jersey , they’re going to have to make the Marlins an offer they can’t refuse. That’s mainly why Realmuto hasn’t been dealt in the first place; the Marlins know Realmuto’s worth, and they won’t compromise on a less-than-satisfactory deal because at the end of the day, Realmuto is also the perfect building block to build the franchise on. As far as numbers go, I touched on what I think Realmuto would get in our inaugural Fish Stripes Roundtable:After Realmuto, barring a move for a more adequate backup, Wallach and Holaday are likely to return. Wallach is under total team control and could be had at the league minimum. Bryan Holaday is somehow still arbitration-eligible, but given his status as a backup Bobby Jenks Jersey , it’s likely he’ll take whatever the Marlins will offer. And then we wait for WillBanfield. Converted shortstop AustinNola is still lurking in Triple-A. Although he consistently got on base last season, he lacks power. There may also be questions about his catching abilities; given that he only converted two years ago, the Marlins will want to be completely sure that he can handle major league pitching before giving him the call. JarettRindfleisch is one more interesting name—literally and figuratively—to keep in mind. A consistent on-base machine, Rindfleisch butchered his way to the Florida State League All Star Game with a .540 OBP in 13 games last year at High-A Jupiter before going to the 60-day DL in June. He won’t make an impact for another couple of years, but he may be a guy to keep your eye on. All aboard the Oscar Mercado hype train! Also, why you shouldn’t care about the Indians not signing Adam Jones, and what exactly is under Carlos Carrasco’s beard?"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections NewsAnalysis & EditorialsCleveland Indians prospects & minor leaguesGame RecapsTransactionsLet's Talk Tribe PodcastLet’s Talk Tribe Podcast Ep. 111: The Voice From BeyondAll aboard the Oscar Mercado hype train! Also http://www.whitesoxfanproshop.com/authentic-paul-konerko-jersey , why you shouldn’t care about the Indians not signing Adam Jones, and what exactly is under Carlos Carrasco’s beard? EDTShareTweetShareShareLet’s Talk Tribe Podcast Ep. 111: The Voice From BeyondTopics[0:51] - Oscar Mercado and the Indians outfield.[8:53] - Adam Jones signs with Arizona.[14:45] - Indians make spring training cuts.[20:42] - Let’s talk about Jason Kipnis.[24:27] - Triston McKenzie out indefinitely. [29:55] - Final thoughts on spring training. For now.[36:02] - Social media questions.Linkshttps://www.mlb.com/indians/news/in...-outfieldThanks for checking out the latest episode of Let’s Talk Tribe! If you enjoyed that episode and want to hear more, please consider subscribing to us on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube and maybe leaving a nice little review or comment. Every little bit helps us keep this bad boy going.Intro and outro music: Inner Cell by King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard.

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