Miami Marlins second baseman Starlin Castro slides safely into third base during a game against St. Louis on Wednesday. Castro has had a good season but hasn’t generated much trade interest because of his salary ($10 million this season, $11 million next season).
Miami Marlins second baseman Starlin Castro slides safely into third base during a game against St. Louis on Wednesday. Castro has had a good season but hasn’t generated much trade interest because of his salary ($10 million this season, $11 million next season). David Santiago dsantiago@miamiherald.com
Miami Marlins second baseman Starlin Castro slides safely into third base during a game against St. Louis on Wednesday. Castro has had a good season but hasn’t generated much trade interest because of his salary ($10 million this season, $11 million next season). David Santiago dsantiago@miamiherald.com
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