Giancarlo Stanton Won't Accept Trade To Red Sox, Cardinals

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Miami has struggled to surround him with top-tier talent, however, resulting in the Marlins' 77-85 record last season.

And according to ESPN's Buster Olney, Miami's asking price for Stanton could scare some potential suitors away.

Stanton trade talk has intensified since the end of the 2017 season, as the Marlins are under new ownership.

"Those are the two players I think may be the best fit for the Cardinals". $295 million over the next 10 years, plus he has a full no-trade clause, plus he could opt out of the contract in 2020, which is why some teams are looking at it saying, 'Well, we don't really know what we'd be buying in that case. If having him at that salary was so important to a team, why did the Marlins still suck?

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"The feeling is among some of the teams I've spoken with..." Perhaps there's some flexibility in that stance, but Stanton's preference is a factor.

Giancarlo Stanton is one of the most talented players to ever compete in Major League Baseball, but that does not mean a team is going to risk the entire future of its franchise just to acquire the slugger.

Which isn't to say that a trade isn't going to happen.

Chad Jennings of the Boston Herald cautions Red Sox and Cardinals fans not to start planning a welcoming party for Stanton. If they're either (a) paying a ton of money for him; or (b) potentially only having him for two seasons, they want to pay less than what the Marlins are now asking.

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