Sources: Marlins' asking price high
While the Miami Marlins have made it clear that pitcher Josh Johnson is available in a trade, the team's initial asking price for the All-Star right-hander is so high it's generated skepticism within baseball circles over whether he will be moved by Tuesday's non-waiver trade deadline.
Several baseball sources told ESPN.com the Marlins are asking for each team's top two or three prospects in every trade scenario involving Johnson.
"They're asking for a ton," an American League general ...
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