MiamiHerald / The Marlins are spending more money on players who aren’t on their current 25-man roster than on those who are.
The team’s $100 million payroll is third-highest in franchise history.
Only last season’s $115 million payroll and the $101 million figure in 2012 rank higher.
But more than half of it – $52 million – is earmarked for players who are either on the disabled list or no longer with the club.
Marlins are spending more money on players who can't play than on those who can.
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