Marlins may try to trade Dan Haren if he threatens to retire
For months Dan Haren indicated that he’d rather retire than play for a non-California team, which became an issue last week when the Dodgers traded him to the Marlins.
Haren is under contract for $10 million in 2015, which the Dodgers essentially paid the Marlins to take whether he retires or not, but now Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports.com says Miami may try to trade Haren “if he plans to retire.”
Assuming that Haren sticks to his California-or-bust plan, the Angels, Padres, A’s, and Giants are the only options and he’s already played for the A’s and Angels. Haren’s performance has slipped from his prime levels as a top-of-the-rotation starter, but he still looks capable of being a solid third or fourth starter at age 34.