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Dan Le Batard shares his thoughts on the Giancarlo Stanton trade and how he feels betrayed as a Marlins' fan.
The Captain delivered five championship banners in the Bronx, but by trading the Marlins' biggest superstar -- to the Yankees, of all teams -- Miami's new COO will be raising a different flag in South Beach in 2018: a white one.
The likeable young Yankees of last season are all grown up. In 2018, they look to have the reigning NL MVP anchoring their already-powerful lineup.
Clubs like the Giants, Cardinals and Cubs have to move on to other key areas for improvement. What positions and players will they prioritize now?
By moving now, rather than waiting for more expensive free agents, the Yankees are getting a player who could end up being a relative bargain.
MLB.com Yankees writer Brian Hoch weighs in on what the Giancarlo Stanton trade means for the Yankees, what the positive take for the Marlins will be, and more.
The Yankees and Marlins have agreed to terms of a trade for Giancarlo Stanton, according to ESPN and multiple reports. The reigning National League MVP still has to agree to the deal under the terms of his no-trade clause.
Sources tell ESPN's Buster Olney that the Yankees have re-engaged in trade talks with the Marlins about slugger Giancarlo Stanton, who has vetoed deals to the Cardinals and Giants.
Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer
The term an official with knowledge of the Yankees' interest in Giancarlo Stanton used is a "stalking horse." To do a deal, the Yankees would need a sweetheart trade in which they would likely need to shed payroll in the form of Jacoby Ellsbury, Chase Headley, Starlin Castro or Brett Gardner, while not giving up top prospects to acquire Stanton.
Giancarlo Stanton has vetoed trades that the Miami Marlins worked out with San Francisco and St. Louis, declining to waive his no-trade clause.
National League MVP Giancarlo Stanton of the Marlins would be willing to consider a trade to the New York Yankees, according to ESPN and multiple reports.
Dealing Dee Gordon might be the start of a new exodus of Marlins stars as Miami acquired a trio of prospects to shore up a weak farm system.
Getting Dee Gordon from the cash-strapped Marlins might solve Seattle's center-field problem. But will the additional bargaining power it gives the Mariners for Shohei Ohtani be the key consideration?
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
Jerry Dipoto has said he wanted to acquire a center fielder for the Mariners ... so he acquired Dee Gordon from the Marlins. Seems strange except the Mariners apparently plan on moving Gordon to center field, which is a creative solution given Gordon's speed. He's signed for three more seasons plus an option so he could be a long-term solution there. They did give up Nick Neidert, their top pitching prospect. He's not a flamethrower, but immediately becomes one of the Marlins' top prospects as well and Derek Jeter has dealt away his first major chunk of salary.
Second baseman Dee Gordon has been traded from the Miami Marlins to the Seattle Mariners, where he's expected to play center field. Seattle also received international slot money from Miami, reported to be $1 million.
New Marlins CEO Derek Jeter said the team is "still gathering information" on potential deals for Giancarlo Stanton, adding that "anything up to this point has been speculation."
Whatever they do with Giancarlo Stanton, Derek Jeter and the Marlins will have budgetary handicaps in 2018. Where do the Fish rank among teams with major financial handicaps this winter?
Representatives of slugger Giancarlo Stanton, who have met with the Giants over the past two days, have also received approval for a meeting with the Cardinals, sources told ESPN.