MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Miami Marlins may not be done with the dumping of salary ahead this week. According to the New York Post’s Joel Sherman, right-handed pitcher Ricky Nolasco is the “next to go.”

Nolasco was 12-13 in 2012 with a 4.48 ERA in 31 starts. He pitched 191 innings and struck out 125 batters while giving up 47 walks and had a WHIP of 1.366.

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The New York Post quoted two baseball executives as the source for the potential moving of Nolasco.

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Nolasco is due $11.5 million next season after making $9 million in 2013. If Nolasco is moved, the Marlins will have barely any money committed to the payroll for 2013 and will essentially be starting over from scratch.

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Tuesday, the Marlins traded Jose Reyes, Mark Buehrle, Josh Johnson, Emilio Bonifacio, and John Buck to the Toronto Blue Jays for several players. The Marlins trade had every appearance of a salary dump ahead of the 2013 season.