Nolasco is Miami’s scheduled starter tonight and Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports that “the Marlins have been actively selling Nolasco and a understanding could presumably get finished before to initial pitch.” As for a Dodgers, according to Frisaro they still “appear to be a frontrunner among some-more than a half-dozen teams.”
At this indicate everybody seems entirely assured that Nolasco will be traded before Jul 31 and a earlier a Marlins unpack him a some-more income they can save from his $11.5 million contract. Or, put another way: Every start Nolasco creates costs a Marlins about $350,000. Last time out they got 5 innings of six-run round for that money.
Article source: http://hardballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/07/03/marlins-still-actively-shopping-ricky-nolasco-and-dodgers-still-appear-to-be-the-frontrunner/