Right-hander Dan Haren is drawing trade interest from multiple teams, according to manager Dan Jennings.
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All signs point to the Miami Marlins being sellers at the upcoming trade deadline and it appears that Dan Haren is drawing the most interest.
Marlins manager and former GM Dan Jennings spoke about the trade rumors surrounding the team with MLB Network Radio on Monday. Jennings downplayed the notion that the Fish would have a complete fire sale, but confirmed that multiple teams are interested in acquiring Haren.
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Haren, who was acquired by the Marlins in an offseason deal with the Dodgers for Dee Gordon, was disheartened by the trade when it was made and said he contemplated retirement. Eventually, Haren came around and has been the silver lining to an otherwise cloudy season for the Marlins.
In 19 starts for the Fish, Haren is 7-5 with a 3.46 ERA. The right-hander has racked up 81 strikeouts to 23 walks and a WHIP of 1.085 in 117 innings pitched for Miami.