Hey Hanley Ramirez, your Miami Marlins just signed Jose Reyes and Mark Buehrle. What are you going to do next?

Ramirez went to Disney World on Friday, where he talked publicly for the first time about his new teammates.

"We're moving ahead ... getting some good ballplayers," Ramirez said in a TwitVid posted by @DisneySports. "I think the front office is doing the best they can do put a good team on the field."

After the Marlins signed shortstop Jose Reyes, reports surfaced that Ramirez was unhappy with the team's rebuilding plan, which includes mving him from short to third to make room for Reyes. Ramirez reportedly wanted a trade or a restructured contract.

The Marlins have insisted they will not trade Ramirez.

"A little bit concerned about some of the reports on Hanley," President of Baseball Operations Larry Beinfest said on Tuesday. "It's news to me if he's asked to be traded. It's not something we've discussed.