Starlin Castro’s tenure in Miami could also be extremely short-lived.
The infielder just lately acquired from the Yankees within the Giancarlo Stanton commerce already is looking for a commerce from the Marlins, in accordance with The Athletic.
#Marlins’ Starlin Castro needs to be traded, sources inform The Athletic. Doesn’t need to be a part of one other rebuilding course of the way in which he was with the #Cubs.— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) January 10, 2018
Contemplating the actual fact Castro was a key piece within the Stanton commerce, this isn’t superb for the Marlins. Sure, they removed nearly all of Stanton’s huge contract, however they needed in return a participant who was not simply MLB-ready, but additionally an virtually assured MLB contributor.
Castro, solely 27, already has performed eight MLB seasons. He can be a key piece in a Marlins rebuild contemplating they’d be citing quite a lot of younger gamers within the subsequent few seasons.
He apparently does not need to tackle the accountability although.
Castro joins Christian Yelich and J.T. Realmuto as Marlins gamers who need to be traded. The distinction is Yelich and Realmuto have been with the group for years whereas Castro has been there for weeks.