The Miami Marlins continue to make moves this offseason.  They may be out of the race for Albert Pujols, but they have beefed up their pitching rotation.  They have signed veteran pitcher Mark Buehrle and are reportedly interested in top free agent CJ Wilson.

Pitcher Mark Buehrle has been reunited with former White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen in Miami.  He signs with the Miami Marlins for $58 million over four years.   The deal of course pending the results of a physical, but he should pass that no problem.  He isn't the only pitcher the Marlins are looking to add.  They are also reportedly interested in signing CJ Wilson as well.

The Marlins are officially out of the race for Albert Pujols as well, which will allow them to focus on their pitching staff.  Buehrle is a great sign for the Marlins as he has been a work horse for the White Sox where he has been for the last decade.  If they are able to grab CJ Wilson as well, the Marlins will be a big force in the national league this season.

[ESPN]