Published: Mon, December 04, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Giancarlo Stanton Could Soon Be Traded To The Giants Or The Cardinals

Giancarlo Stanton Could Soon Be Traded To The Giants Or The Cardinals

Giancarlo Stanton #27 of the Miami Marlins during the game between the Miami Marlins and the San Francisco Giants at Marlins Park on August 15, 2017 in Miami, Florida.

The hold up is waiting for Stanton to let the Marlins know if he will accept a trade to either team.

Over the past two days, representatives for Stanton have met with officials from the Giants, sources said.

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Round and round we go.

Sirius XM's Craig Miss reported on Thursday night that the San Francisco Giants were meeting with Stanton's agents in Los Angeles.

The biggest question of all in the Stanton sweepstakes is whether he will waive his no-trade clause to make a move to another city. Stanton grew up 15 miles from Dodger Stadium, and it's believed he'd prefer to play in his hometown for the National League champs.

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The Marlins, under the direction of CEO Derek Jeter, are looking to unload Stanton and the $295 million owed to him over the next decade - among other players - as the new ownership group reshapes the roster and attempts to get the organization's finances in order.

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.

NL MVP Giancarlo Stanton's time with the Miami Marlins is about up - provided, anyway, he wants it to be.

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As of Sunday, the Dodgers and Marlins were still in contact regarding Stanton, but have not made progress toward a deal, according to one source. Second baseman Joe Panik has also been mentioned.

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