The Florida Marlins aren’t going to trade any of their younger players this week at the trade deadline with them moving into a brand new stadium next year. I still see them making some deals for prospects though. Closer Leo Nunez is the top trade chip the Marlins will likely make available this week. The Angels, Rangers, Phillies, Braves, Pirates and Diamondbacks will likely line up for a shot to get Nunez. Righty relievers Brian Sanches and Burke Badenhop could also be on the move as long as the Marlins get what they want for them. Infielder Omar Infante will be pursued by the Rangers, Braves, Brewers, Cardinals, Giants and D-Backs so he could be on the move by this Sunday too. The Marlins would love to dump righty starting pitcher Javier Vazquez or veteran infielder Wes Helms, but I don’t see them having much luck in those ventures.