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McGehee will be headed to the Giants in a trade, Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com reports.

The return for Miami is still uncertain, but McGehee will join the World Series champs, replacing Pablo Sandoval at third base. After spending 2013 with the Rakuten Golden Eagles of the Japan Pacific League, McGehee made his way back to the States and slashed .287/.355/.357 with 76 RBI in 160 games with the Marlins last season. He managed just four homers in 691 plate appearances, but his HR/FB rate was down at a ridiculously-low 2.5%, so that number figures to improve in 2015 even with the move to another pitcher's park. His RBI numbers may take a significant hit, however, while likely batting lower in the order with his new club.

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McGehee went 2-for-4 and scored the Marlins' lone run during Saturday's loss to the Nationals.

McGehee resurrected his major league career with the Marlins in 2014, compiling a .289/.356/.359 slash line with 56 runs and 76 RBI heading into the season's final game. Despite his limited contributions in the power department, McGehee was one of the Marlins' most reliable run producers for the balance of the season. He's arbitration-eligible one more time in 2015 and the Marlins seem likely to bring him back a consistent bat and strong veteran presence in the locker room.

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McGehee went 2-for-3 with three RBI in Thursday's win over Philadelphia.

McGehee has had an interesting season in his return to the majors, not supplying any power (just four homers), while hitting for average (.288), with 74 RBI. He signed a one-year contract in December, so it will be interesting to see if Miami elects to bring him back in 2015.

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McGehee is out of the lineup Thursday against the Nationals, MLB.com's Joe Frisaro reports.

Though he's enjoying a six-game hitting streak, McGehee is probably due for a day off, as he's appeared in every game for the Marlins since Aug. 8. Enrique Hernandez will cover third base for McGehee.

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McGehee clubbed his fourth home run of the year Tuesday, while going 2-for-4 with a walk, two RBI and two runs scored in the Marlins' 6-3 win over the Brewers.

McGehee played the hero Tuesday night, as his two-run home run off Francisco Rodriguez broke a 3-3 tie in the ninth inning. While not known for the long ball, his 28 doubles and .297/.367/.374 season slash line continues to make him relevant in fantasy circles.

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McGehee was productive at the dish Monday afternoon, going 2-for-3 with a run scored and two RBI.

McGehee's bat has perked up a bit after cooling down following the All-Star break, hitting .389 in his last five games. The infielder is now hitting .296 with 64 RBI on the season after being out of the Major Leagues a season ago.

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McGehee slugged his third home run of the season on his way to a 2-for-4 day as the Marlins fell to the Reds on Sunday.

McGehee entered the weekend series with the Reds with just two hits in his first 16 August at-bats, but quickly turned things around with a 5-for-13 weekend that included a home run and two doubles. Remarkably, McGehee has driven in 60 RBI in 115 games this year while providing just three home runs out of the cleanup spot. Still, he's remained productive while sporting a solid .300/.370/.379 slash line for the year.

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McGehee went 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles and a run scored in his return to the lineup Friday against the Reds.

After struggling through July and early August, McGehee got a breather Thursday which appears to have helped the veteran get back on track. The multi-hit effort was McGehee's first since July 26 and pushed his average back to an even .300 on the year. He's tallied 59 RBI for the Marlins through 113 games during a resurgent 2014 season.

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McGehee is out of the Marlins' lineup Thursday against the Pirates, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.

McGehee has started all but one of the Marlins' 113 games to this point, but he'll sit Thursday as Donovan Solano mans third and Garrett Jones bats cleanup against right-hander Edinson Volquez. Failing to bounce back from a down month of July (.707 OPS), McGehee has gotten off to a 2-for-16 start to August.

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MLB.com's Joe Frisaro reports that the Marlins are likelier to extend Casey McGehee than trade him.

McGehee is a sell high candidate if there ever was one, but the Marlins evidently want to keep him around. The third baseman is eligible for arbitration this winter for a final time, so the Marlins wouldn't necessarily have to extend McGehee in order to keep him around for another year. McGehee, who has drawn interest from the Mariners, among other clubs, is batting .322 with 56 RBI this season.