Giancarlo Stanton Trade Offer from Giants Reportedly Revealed

Giancarlo Stanton Trade Offer from Giants Reportedly Revealed

Giancarlo Stanton Trade Offer from Giants Reportedly Revealed

The meetings however do not necessarily indicate that a deal is close to being finalized, the meetings were more of a feeling out process for the teams involved, it was a chance to pitch the organization to Stanton, and to try to sway him into approving a deal.

FYI, it looks like the Stanton sweepstakes is down to the Giants, Dodgers and Cardinals - so, when TMZ Sports got Cohen - an STL superfan - out in NYC. he made sure Giancarlo knew all he'd be getting. This means that it wouldn't make sense for a team to take on the entire contract as well as include top prospects.

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At least three teams - and countless outside observers - are awaiting word on whether Giancarlo Stanton will waive his no-trade clause to go to the San Francisco Giants, St. Louis Cardinals or neither.

Ideally, Evans added, the Giants can obtain both Stanton, who's owed $295 million over the remaining 10 years of his contract, and Ohtani, who's a relative bargain due to posting rules. However, the holdup with this trade from being complete is the approval of Stanton. It also remains possible that Stanton could chose to stay in Miami. "But our terms with the Marlins are clear". That's still the case even if the rival Giants land Stanton (and Shohei Ohtani, for that matter). However, if Craig Mish's report is true, then the Giants are taking on nearly all of Stanton's contract and sending over their top four prospects. The upshot is that taking on a contract like Stanton's would make it hard for them to get under the threshold. That's perhaps why the Dodger front office is "slow playing" this to an extent. Thus, said Evans, Stanton called AT&T Park "one of his favorite places to play on the road". San Francisco has won a lot in the decade. And beyond all that.

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