Hello Hanley Ramirez.
I understand your feelings are hurt and you don't want to move to third base, even if it means Jose Reyes can play short and your awful team will be better. You want to restructure your deal, the contract that NO ONE forced you to sign, thus forcing the Marlins to consider trading you.
Let me introduce you to Michael Young. Michael Young was the Texas Rangers' second baseman from 2001 to 2003. The Rangers brought in Alfonso Soriano and Michael moved to shortstop. He started there from 2004 to 2008. In 2009, the Rangers brought up Elvis Andrus to play short so Michael moved to third. He started at third base in 2009 and 2010. The Rangers signed free agent Adrian Beltre to play third in 2011 and Michael didn't really want to DH. Guess what? He did it. Once the season started, he didn't say a word about being unhappy. In 2011, he played DH, 3B, SS, 1B and 2B. He had a career year. Oh yea, the Rangers made it to their 2nd consecutive World Series.
Stop your whining and play.