Even the Miami Marlins—a franchise acting like they've been possessed by the spirit of Monty Brewster ( maybe Hanley Ramirez will vote for "none of the above"? ) exits the Winter Meetings with potentially more question marks than they arrived with.
The Miami Marlins just signed free agent shortstop Jose Reyes to a six-year contract. This was somewhat unwelcome news to Marlins shortstop Hanley Ramirez, who doesn't want to move.
There have been conflicting reports about Hanley Ramirez's availability on the trade market. Should the Marlins trade Hanley Ramirez?
Miami's new manager, Ozzie Guillen, couldn't understand why Hanley Ramirez would balk at moving to third base to make room for the Marlins' new $106 million shortstop, Jose Reyes. "It'd be different if I were replacing Hanley with someone like Ozzie
Miami Marlins Rumors: Hanley Ramirez Requests Restructured Contract, C.J. Wilson and Mark Buehrle Both Have Offers.