Dec 10 4:05p
Haren (shoulder) has been traded to the Marlins as part of a six-player swap that also sent Dee Gordon to Miami, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports. According to several media reports, Haren is considering retirement.
Haren wants to remain close to his family, and has previously indicated that he will retire if he is traded to a team other than the Angels. Perhaps another move is in the offing, but it's entirely possible that Haren will never throw a pitch for the Marlins, but the Dodgers are off the hook for his 2015 salary and were able to acquire left-hander Andrew Heaney as part of the deal with the Marlins.