This is source I found from another site, main source you can find in last paragraphChristian Yelich, Giancarlo Stanton and Marcell Ozuna would all draw massive trade interest if Miami makes them available.Norm Hall/Getty Images
The Miami Marlins outfielders, particularly Stanton, will dominate trade speculation throughout the offseason.
A 59-homer season from Stanton lifted the franchise to just 77 victories. Now new ownership must decide whether it can afford the superstar, whose salary jumps to $25 million next season.
Derek Jeter guarded his plans when speaking to reporters earlier this month, per ESPN.com, but he acknowledged the franchise's need for operational change.
"We do have to rebuild the organization," Jeter said. "It starts with player development and scouting. We will build it from top down and bottom up."
Christian Yelich and Marcell Ozuna won't hemorrhage Miami's finances, but they would both draw considerable trade interest if available. Ozuna enjoyed a breakout year with 37 home runs and a .924 OPS. As former general manager Jim Bowden told the >Miami Herald's Barry Jackson, the 26-year-old would draw massive appeal as someone who can't explore free agency until 2020.
"You would get a better return for Ozuna than Stanton because you don't have to worry about the money issue," Bowden said. "Plus, he can’t control his destiny [because he has no no-trade clause]. Teams would line up for Ozuna. There would be an open bidding war. An open bidding war gets you more than a closed one. He's such a great player."
Dee Gordon, Justin Bour and Dan Straily would also garner considerable interest if Jeter orchestrates another Marlins fire sale. Without knowing how he plans to proceed, everyone must monitor the Marlins' every step.
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