One of the Four Rays of Sunshine on the Marlins Won a Gold Glove

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Only a handful of Marlins can be said to have met or exceeded expectations in 2012. One of those was Mark Buehrle, who bested all other NL pitchers for his fourth straight Gold Glove (and the first ever by a Marlins pitcher).
"I think the first one and this one mean a little bit more than the middle two," Buehrle said. "The first one and this one switching leagues — where I actually had to beat out Kershaw — and a whole new group of managers voting for you, it wasn’t like it was just handed to you."
Buehrle also won a Fielding Bible award for best pitcher (and they HILARIOUSLY listed him as a member of the Chicago White Sox). The nerds and the old guard agree!
He, Giancarlo Stanton, Jose Reyes and Josh Johnson are all we can say are indispensable this offseason, and all but Stanton are tradable for the right price.

2 comments:

TheBlueandGoldPantherParty November 7, 2012 at 3:32 AM  

Did you mean tradable there at the end? All I keep hearing from the Marlins is that Stanton is the only player completely untouchable to other clubs.

David November 7, 2012 at 12:21 PM  

Thanks for pointing that out, we've fixed it.

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