The Marlins were the worst team in the National League last year, a 62-100 disaster that was last in most major offensive categories. Lone bright spot Giancarlo Stanton even had a bit of a down year, hitting only .249 with an .845 OPS and 62 RBIs. What's worse, he actually led the Marlins in all of those categories. Marlins general manager Dan Jennings said the team is planning to rebuild around Stanton, but is it time for them to try to accelrate that rebuilding by shipping him for prospects?

Keeping Stanton?

Stanton is one of the most dangerous hitters in the game when healthy -- he led the league in slugging percentage in 2012 with a .608 mark and made the NL All-Star team.


Marlins GM Dan Jennings said that Giancarlo Stanton is not available for a trade. What should the Marlins do with Stanton?


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