The Marlins have agreed to terms with outfielder Cameron Maybin, according to Tim Healey of the Sun-Sentinel (Twitter link). Terms are not yet known, but Healey notes that Maybin is already at the team’s spring facility. Maybin, 30, will help fill out a Miami outfield mix that was drastically altered with a series of offseason moves. Stars Giancarlo Stanton, Marcell Ozuna, and Christian Yelich were all dealt away, while reserve Ichiro Suzuki departed via free agency. Those deals did return some younger options, though perhaps only Lewis Brinson is fully prepared for his first full attempt at the major-league level. Otherwise, Magneuris Sierra and Braxton Lee are the only other outfielders currently holding down spots on the 40-man roster.
Marlins To Sign Cameron Maybin
MLB Trade Rumors | Feb 21