Miami changed status with free agent – Full Swing
By Jerry Diaz/ @Jerryto94
As the start of Spring Training and Opening Day approaches, the multiplayer market is picking up speed. Among the cases is Yuli Gurriel.
In recent days, the Cuban has been associated with the Miami Marlins, with whom held a meeting in a restaurant in Coral Gables In the past week. The weekend was added to the list of Minnesota Twins suitors after trading Luis Arráez precisely to Miami.
The only team he knows so far in the Major Leagues, the Houston Astros, left the door open for a possible return.
Between all the situation, this Tuesday Craig Mish in the Miami Herald reported that the Marlins are still bidding for Gurriel, but not as hard as a few days ago. This indicates that the team has already proposed the highest possible offer for their interests and is not willing to raise.
Miami with the arrival of Arráez has overbooking in the infield, so much so that the general manager said Jazz Chisholm would move to center field.
Yulieski remains a good option for the Marlins, but they aren’t willing to offer more. According to Jon Heyman right now the arrival at LoanDepot Park is not a certainty, although neither is his non-arrival.
Heyman himself insists that Gurriel’s best options other than the Marlins are the Twins and Astros. In Houston they already hired José Abreu to be their first baseman, so ownership would be very difficult. The same Dusty Baker is one of those who wants him in the team, so he could find him daily accommodation in a lineup that the current World Series champion manager usually changes every day.
This is the market right now for Yuli Gurriel. Marlins, Twins or Astros.