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Anibal Sanchez: "I'm Ready"

Anibal Sanchez is telling the Knoxville News that his shoulder feels fine and he's ready to join the Marlins now. Sanchez was up in Tennessee on Wednesday, turning in seven strong innings (one run on four hits) for Double A Jacksonville. The Marlins have said they'd like for Sanchez to make one more rehab start before bringing him back from the DL, but it sounds like Sanchez wants to return now. 

             You can read what Sanchez has to say by checking out the  Knoxville story here.

              Should the Marlins bring Sanchez back now and insert him into the rotation? Is he a better option than a struggling John Smoltz or some other hurler in the retread bin? Should they require Sanchez to make at least one more start before bringing him off the DL? Who gets replaced in the current rotation?

            

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oaktree

You can send Vandenhurk or West down easily for Sanchez. Vandenhurk has had two poor outings in a row and West seems to need a little more time to fine tune things. How West and Vandenhurk perform in their next start will most likely make the decision? Hopefully, they each throw CGs.

Ysbeck

Yes please bring him back up we need his arm as a fifth starter or at least a reliableone after nolasco and johnson. and bring down volstad. Wat is the update on andrew miller.

marlininseattle

If he can be an innings eater bring him up immediately. If the organization only views him a 6 inning guy the rest of the regular season than fuggetaboutdit

loyalty

sanchez is an out of shape, injury prone, under achiver.

paolo

We can very easily do without Rick VandenHurk or Sean West and not be missing out on much at all. It is a no brainer. Sanchy needs to be up here with us

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