It's been generally understood that the newly-rechristened Miami Marlins would be looking to make a splash this offseason. They've already courted big-name free agents like Albert Pujols and Jose Reyes, and, according to a report on MLB.com, they'll be bringing top available pitcher C.J. Wilson in for a visit on Monday.
Wilson spent 2011 with the Texas Rangers, where he made 34 starts and finished with a 2.94 ERA. The Marlins are expected to bring in top-flight talent as part of an organization-wide rebranding, including a brand new stadium, new uniforms, a new logo, and the new moniker.