Giancarlo Stanton trade rumors: Deal with Yankees reportedly reached

2021年9月27日 by 没有评论

null Baseball Where will Giancarlo Stanton, the No. 1 subject of trade rumors, play in 2018? That's perhaps the greatest mystery of the offseason so far.The Marlins slugger seems likely to be traded as the team tries to shed salary amid yet another rebuild. Stanton's huge contract and full no-trade clause will certainly limit the market, but there's definitely plenty of interest in the NL MVP who led all of baseball will 59 home runs in 2017. FAGAN: Stanton has choice of uniforms until 2020 opt-out clauseWe'll keep track of all the latest news and trade rumors around Stanton, so check back often. Giancarlo Stanton trade rumorsRumor, Dec. 9: Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic backs up Jon Heyman's previous report, reporting a deal is done between the Marlins and the Yankees.Rumor, Dec. 9: Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reports that a deal has been reached between the Marlins and the Yankees to send Stanton to New York. This, of course, is subject to a physical, and Stanton's willingness to waive his no-trade clause. Mark Feinsand of .com is less certain that a deal is done, according to his sources. Related News The 15 worst free-agent signings of all time Rumor, Dec. 8: The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal was the first to report Friday night that the Yankees and Marlins have begun discussing a trade for Stanton. Multiple reports stressed talks were in the early stages, but Yahoo Sports' Jeff Passan added "momentum for Stanton to (the) Yankees is significant."Rumor, Dec. 8: Fox Sports' Jon Morosi reports that Stanton has officially rejected to waive his no-trade clause that would put him in a Giants uniform.Official, Dec. 8: The St. Louis Cardinals officially pulled out of the race to land Giancarlo Stanton. Cardinals CEO Bill DeWitt put out a statement in which he declared the team has given up trying to trade for the Marlins slugger.Rumor, Dec. 7: Craig Mish of Siriux/XM Radio reports that Stanton would approve a trade to four teams, and none of them are the Giants or Cardinals. Instead, they're the Dodgers, Yankees, Cubs and Astros.Rumor, Dec. 6: Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports the Giants anticipate Stanton wi

ll decide by the end of the week.Rumor, Dec. 5: Craig Mish of Sirius/XM Radio has full details on names and money in a potential Giants-Marlins trade for Stanton. Giants would send Tyler Beede, Heliot Ramos, Chris Shaw and Christian Arroyo to Miami. Rumor, Dec. 3: Jon Heyman reports that we should hunker down, because a decision from Stanton won't be coming for at least another week.Rumor, Dec. 3: Fox Sports' Jon Morosi reports that deals are in place with Miami between both St. Louis and San Francisco for a trade. Craig Mish of SiriusXM says a deal could be finalized in the coming days. This is all pending Stanton's approval, of course.Rumor, Nov. 30: FanRag Sports' Jon Heyman reports (first from SiriusXM's Craig Mish) that San Francisco Giants executives are currently meeting with Stanton's representatives as to whether or not he would waive his no-trade clause to head to the Bay Area. Rumor, Nov. 29: The Miami Herald reports that the Marlins have warned Giancarlo Stanton that if he refuses to waive his no-trade rights and accept a deal then he risks being stuck on a stripped-down, rebuilding team.Rumor, Nov. 28: NBC Sports Boston's Evan Drellich, citing a source with knowledge of the team's thinking, reports the Red Sox are "an extreme long shot" to acquire Stanton.Rumor, Nov. 28: Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the Marlins may grant the Cardinals permission to make a sales pitch to Stanton if the sides get close on a trade. St. Louis remains one of the top pursuers for Stanton, who has full no-trade protection and reportedly isn't interested in playing in St. Louis.Rumor, Nov. 27: Network's Jon Paul Morosi reports Stanton has given the Marlins a list of teams to which he will agree to be traded, and that the Dodgers are on the list. (Stanton is a native of Southern California.) It's not known what other teams are included. Morosi also reports Stanton has not yet rejected any trade offers per his no-trade privilege.Rumor, Nov. 27: ESPN's Jerry Crasnick reports that teams sense Stanton's status will be cleared up by the start of the winter meetings on Dec. 10: either a deal will get done, or teams will begin to concentrate on other moves because of the slow pace of negotiations.Rumor, Nov. 21: .com's Mark Feinsand reports that the Marlins and Giants have had "deeper discussions" about a Stanton trade, and that San Francisco could be the favorite to land the NL MVP.Rumor, Nov. 20: Craig Mish of Sirius/XM Radio reports the Giants and Cardinals have exchanged names in a potential Stanton trade. The Giants would reportedly send second baseman Joe Panik and top prospects to the Marlins for Stanton and second baseman Dee Gordon. (UPDATE: Henry Schulman, Giants beat writer for the San Francisco Chronicle, reported later Monday that the people Mish mentioned in his report "do not represent an accurate framework for a potential Marlins-Giants trade.")FAGAN: Giants ready for offseason of improvement Rumor, Nov. 19: According to Fox Sports, the Cardinals have made an official trade offer to the Marlins for Stanton's services. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported a trade would "involve a top pitching prospect."MORE: Ranking the top free agents for 2018Rumor, 11/15: According to the Boston Herald, the Marlins slugger won't waive his no-trade clause and accept a move to the Cardinals or Red Sox. However, NBC Sports Boston later reported that an unidentified person "with knowledge of Stanton's thinking" indicated that he has "a completely open mind" about teams that have shown interest in acquiring him.​