Marlins now shopping Pierre
As many as a dozen teams are pursuing Juan Pierre as the Marlins continue their offseason fire sale.
Originally Published: December 5, 2005By Jayson Stark | ESPN.com
DALLAS -- Next Fish to get tossed out of the Marlins' boat? Looks like Juan Pierre.
According to clubs that have spoken with the Marlins, Florida is stepping up its efforts to move Pierre, now that Paul Lo Duca's ticket to New York has been booked.
The Cubs, White Sox and Rangers appear to be the three most aggressive teams in the Pierre hunt. But the Dodgers, Tigers, Nationals and a half-dozen other teams have at least kicked Pierre's tires.
AP PhotoJuan Pierre batted .276 and had 57 stolen bases in 2005.
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