Stanton's Reps Receive Approval To Meet With Cardinals

Stanton's Reps Receive Approval To Meet With Cardinals

Stanton's Reps Receive Approval To Meet With Cardinals

While waiting on the Dodgers to either aggressively join the sweepstakes or bow out, Stanton could refuse to waive his no-trade powers until later in the offseason or even next season, but he'd risk the possibility of teams in pursuit adding other players and pulling their offers from the table.

The Miami Marlins have agreed to the general framework of a trade involving star Giancarlo Stanton to the St. Louis Cardinals and the San Francisco Giants, according to MLB Network's Jon Morosi. The 13-year, $325 million deal he signed with the Marlins back in 2014 came complete with a full no-trade clause, so he has to approve any deal that gets done.

As of Sunday afternoon, one source said Stanton had not informed Miami of a decision.

Time and time again it has been reported that Giancarlo Stanton's top choice for his next team is the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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Between the Giants and Cardinals, Stanton might prefer San Francisco per Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports.

The Marlins also want to move Dee Gordon, who's owed $38 million through 2020, and the second baseman would be a nice fit for the Giants, who lack speed.

But the Dodgers, who paid $113.5 million in competitive balance tax penalties from 2013-16 and are estimated to pay more than $30 million this season, might be hesitant to commit to Stanton, who has $295 million and 10 years remaining on his contract. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

That being said, it still remains unclear what the Marlins would target in a deal with the Cardinals.

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