One source told MLB's that a Stanton deal is not expected to be completed Sunday.
And if Stanton wants to play for either of those two teams, all he has to do is choose, because the Marlins have agreed to framework of trades with both the Giants and the Cards, MLB Network's Jon Morosi reported Sunday.
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If the Los Angeles Dodgers are Giancarlo Stanton's first option, there has to be another option for the reigning NL MVP if talks between his Miami Marlins and the Dodgers continue to fail picking up traction.
Yet Stanton might be waiting for a resolution with the Dodgers before deciding between the Giants and Cardinals. The Marlins are said to have interest in second baseman Joe Panik, who won't be a free agent until 2021.
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Stanton has been aware of the possibility of a trade for months.
Buster Olney of ESPN added, "Friends of Stanton say that in his ideal world, he'd get to play for the Los Angeles Dodgers". Their luxury-tax issues would complicate a potential trade for the slugger. Approve a deal the Dodgers liked - for the objective of offloading Stanton's remaining $295 million contract (or as much of it as a team will accept) - or keep Stanton (and his mega contract) on the books. Obviously, it's his decision as to where he gets traded because of his full no-trade clause.
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