Cards, Giants have framework for Stanton deal

Cards, Giants have framework for Stanton deal

Cards, Giants have framework for Stanton deal

SiriusXM radio host Craig Mish first reported news of the meeting between reps for Stanton and the Giants.

Deep down, Giancarlo Stanton wants to be a Dodger.

The Dodgers' president of baseball operations, Andrew Friedman, is monitoring the Stanton talks with other teams and is aware that an opportunity might emerge over time, according to ESPN.

Meantime, the rival Giants are hoping Stanton determines San Francisco would suit him as a runner-up choice.

At the very least the ball is in Stanton's court, it seems.

Jon Morosi of MLB.com reported earlier in the day that the Marlins had agreed to the general framework of trades with both clubs, but everything is on hold while the Marlins wait for Stanton to inform them whether he would even accept a deal to either team.

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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.

Giancarlo Stanton's record $325 million contract with the Marlins includes a no-trade clause.

The Giants have said they're open to exceeding the luxury-tax threshold a fourth straight year, which would come with severe penalties, but the Dodgers don't appear so open to the idea and already have plenty of capable outfielders.

The Marlins slugger has been a hot name this offseason after winning NL MVP honors and leading the majors with 59 home runs in 2017.

The Marlins are reportedly only willing to pick up $45 million of Stanton's contract to make the deal work.

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