The Marlins’ roster exodus may not be done just yet.With new owners in place, the Marlins have been trading away almost all their veteran, high-priced a sets this offseason in an attempt to start from scratch. https://www.cubsedge.com/chicago-cubs/jose-quintana-jersey Stubbornly, they have maintained Christian Yelich and J.T. Realmuto are not for sale, but that could change.According to MLB.com, the Braves have shown interest in both players, and they have the farm system to entice the Marlins into a sale.Yelich has hit at least .280 in each of his five MLB seasons. He has also added some power to his skill set, bashing at least 18 home runs the last two seasons.Realmuto, 26, is a career .280 hitter who broke out for 17 home runs last season. The promising catcher also finished with a 3.6 WAR, proving he’s also skilled behind https://www.cubsedge.com/chicago-cubs/yu-darvish-jersey the plate.Miami shouldget a good return for either player. Yelich has five years left on his seven-year, $49.57 million contractand Realmuto is under team control until 2020.The Braves po se s a https://www.cubsedge.com/chicago-cubs/drew-smyly-jersey number of top-flight prospects. Outfielder Ronald Acuna, valued by some as the top prospect in baseball, is likely untouchable, but pitchers Kolby Allard, Kyle Wright, Mike Sokora and Ian Anderson are ranked inside the top 51 in MLB.com’s prospects rankings. Two of them, plus a couple add-ons should entice the Marlins.