With the second-worst record in the majors, the Marlins have finally reached the jumping off point on the season and are telling teams they'll listen to offers for pitchers Mat Latos, Dan Haren and Brad Hand, and backup infielder Jeff Baker.
None of the names come as any great surprise.
Latos and Haren have long been rumored as prime trade candidates. They, like Baker, are eligible for free agency after the season and not in the Marlins' long-term plans. Nor is the lefty Hand, who has remained on the 25-man roster the past two seasons, in large part because he has been out of options.
Another name the Marlins could deal before the July 31 trade deadline is reliever Steve Cishek.
One notable player the Marlins intend to keep is injured infielder Martin Prado, though his name is frequently mentioned in trade banter. Prado is under contract through 2016, and the Marlins would prefer to hang on to him.