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Marlins DFA Veteran Infielder

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After less then half of a season, the Miami Marlins are moving on from infielder Tim Anderson. It was announced yesterday by Craig Mish of the Miami Heard that the Marlins are designating infielder Tim Anderson for assignment.


The Marlins signed Tim Anderson as a free agent just this past off-season. It was a low risk, high reward signing for the Marlins. It just didn’t work out the way that Anderson and the Marlins would have hoped for.


Time Anderson wasn’t absolutely terrible in his short time with the Marlins. He wasn’t great either. In a total of 65 games, Anderson slashed .214/.237/.226, with 0 HR, 9 RBI, 4 SB, and a .463 OPS.


For many years Tim Anderson was a Chicago White Sox player. Through those many years, Anderson was truly a great hitter. No one knows what exactly happened and why Tim Anderson has been struggling so much this season.


It is likely that Tim Anderson will be able to get a fresh start somewhere else. That’s really what he needs. His time was over in Miami for a few weeks now it’s officially over. Whoever decides to sign Tim Anderson will likely give him a minor league contract and he can work on things and make his way back to the MLB.

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