There are strong indications that Stanton only would agree to play for the Los Angeles Dodgers, who happen to play in a ballpark less than 20 miles from where the National League MVP attended high school. The Dodgers are enamored with Stanton's power, but are concerned about the luxury-tax implications of trading for him.
Multiple sources said the Marlins have agreed upon the general framework of a Stanton trade with both San Francisco and St. Louis. So the matter is in Stanton's court, and maybe the Dodgers' - and there's no deadline.
The San Francisco Giants appear to be the leader in the derby to acquire Giancarlo Stanton after meeting with the Miami Marlins slugger's representatives, but the St. Louis Cardinals may be next in line.Читайте также: Canada's Unemployment Rate Plunges To Lowest In Nearly A Decade
Giancarlo Stanton's record $325 million contract with the Marlins includes a no-trade clause.
The Giants have many holes to fill including the outfield, third base and the bullpen as they try to bounce back from an embarrassing 98-loss season. "Another opined that he'd 100 percent' take the Giants over the Cardinals if that's the choice", Heyman noted.
Stanton, a four-time All-Star, has launched 267 homers in eight seasons with the Marlins. Second baseman Joe Panik has also been mentioned. He wants to hear what teams have to say as he could be on the move from the cost-cutting Marlins.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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