Marlins Trade Dee Gordon To The Mariners

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The Mariners have acquired Dee Gordon in a trade from the Marlins, according to The Athletic.

As they wait for Giancarlo Stanton to waive his no-trade clause, the new ownership of the Miami Marlins has made their plans to reduce payroll clear. Neidert was a second-round pick in 2015.

Gordon hit.308 with 60 stolen bases in 2017.

The Marlins dealt Gordon at least in part because of his contract, which owes him $10.5 million this year and then an average of $13.5 million over the next three years. The 21-year-old pitched well for High-A Modesto last season. He went 11-6 with a 3.45 ERA in 25 starts last season while splitting time at Single-A Modesto and Double-A Arkansas.

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The Mariners sent minor league pitching prospect Nick Neidert, right-handed pitcher Robert Dugger and infielder Christopher Torres to the Marlins in return, team officials said. He also saved two games.

Torres, 19, batted.238 with six homers and 22 RBIs in 48 games for Short-A Everett last season. He finished tied for second among Northwest League players in triples (6), tied for seventh in runs scored (44) and finished 12th in stolen bases (13). So the Marlins are getting some nice salary relief with the trade, while the Mariners are taking on the substantial commitment.

Second base is already spoken for in Seattle with Robinson Cano, as is shortstop with Jean Segura. However, Gordon will move to center field in Seattle, according to Jim Bowden.

Gordon, 29, is a gold-glove infielder known for his speed.

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