Penny an option?
Are the Marlins considering turning to their past to help them at the moment?
According to the Miami Herald, the Marlins are one of a handful of teams interested in veteran right-hander Brad Penny.
A member of Florida’s 2003 World Series title team, Penny has been released by the Red Sox. He will become a free agent after clearing waivers on Monday.
The Rockies, Rays, White Sox and Rangers also have been mentioned as possible suitors for Penny.
Indications are the Marlins not be the frontrunner for Penny, who played for Rockies manager Jim Tracy when they were both with the Dodgers.
Also, it is not clear if Florida feels Penny would help in the rotation. His best fit could be in the bullpen.
According to a league insider, Penny still can help a team, and returning to the National League would likely help the veteran.
— Joe Frisaro