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Marlins, Buehrle continue talking

   MILWAUKEE -- Not a whole lot of baseball news spilling out of the Pfister Hotel today, the first day of the GM meetings. But we know that the Marlins spoke again with Jeff Berry, the agent for lefty Mark Buehrle.

    Buehrle hasn't grabbed headlines the way Jose Reyes and Albert Pujols have for the Marlins, who have offered contracts to all three. But the Marlins, who have made it clear that their priority this offseason is pitching, are making a strong push for Buehrle.

    One advantage the Marlins have going for them: Buehrle gets along well with Ozzie Guillen, his manager with the White Sox since 2004.

    -- The Marlins made an offer to Greg Dobbs before the end of the season. But Dobbs, who re-discovered his hitting groove with the Marlins last season, is testing the market in search of a multi-year deal. The Marlins still hope to land him.

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