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Hanley cold shoulders reporters

    So much for trying to find out what's happening inside Hanley Ramirez's head and how he feels about moving to third base. Mum was the word from the Marlins' former shortstop, who brushed aside our repeated attempts to ask him about his surgicially repaired left shoulder and his thoughts on moving to third.

    "I don't have nothing to say," Ramirez said.

    Typical Hanley. At least his shoulder appears to be fine. Ramirez took a few practice swings on the driving range before heading out on the course with his Marlins teammates for the team's charity golf event in Miami-Dade.Hanleyswing

         Caught up with Anibal Sanchez, who said he is not looking past this season when he'll become eligible for free agency. Sanchez recently won his arbitration case with the Marlins but but said he has not been approached by the team about a contract extension that would keep him with Miami beyond 2012.

         "I don't know if the team is coming later with that," Sanchez said. "I'm not thinking about that right now. We'll see. Baseball is a business. One day you're here. Another day you're on another team. If I'm in the big leagues, I'm okay."

         -- Just to confirm: Despite losing out on Yoenis Cespedes, the Marlins have NO interest in Jorge Soler, the other Cuban free agent.


        Just how zany is new closer Heath Bell? Check out his golfing attire and listen to him describe his game: