In an appearance on MLB Network Radio on SiriusXM's Inside Pitch show, Marlins assistant GM Dan Jennings told hosts Jim Bowden and Casey Stern that the club's standing with both Major League and minor league free agents has changed in the wake of the controversial trade with the Blue Jays and the accusations of broken promises from Mark Buehrle. "We know that that is an issue. It's out there," Jennings said. "We probably will have to look at our policy of [not] granting no-trades, if it's something that we look to remove, [or] do you look to put more money on the front end [of contracts]? I think there's a lot of ways to address that."
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Previously Larry Beinfest had stated that the Marlins would have to learn to live with their reputation but that they are aware of how it will hurt them.
With Jennings now saying that they have to look at the policy is this further proof of a split in the front office or proof of the Marlins rethinking their policy on No Trade Clauses?