The Marlins made another move today that shows that even with their very low payroll they want to and are willing to risk a lot to be serious contenders in 2015, and as I have said in my lengthy analysis of their team this year the Marlins team really does look like they have what it takes. Mike Morse is a huge piece to fit into this puzzle. Coming into this offseason the Marlins had three offensive weak points, they were: second base, first base, and backup outfielders. Dee Gordon is a great fix for second base and his minuscule contract easily fits the Marlins budget. While Mike Morse is more expensive his great bat is perfect for both first base and backup outfield, roles which he will be backed up on by Garrett Jones unless he is traded. Morse agreed to a two year deal for $12 million (right in the middle of the range I predicted he would go for in my article on the Marlins, which was $5-7 million per year). Although it has been three years since Morse earned 4.1 oWAR in 2011 still undetected by most, he is still an underestimated and undervalued bat that will help the Marlins make a run for a 2015 title.