On Tuesday, the outfielder Giancarlo Stanton from Miami Marlins was cleared receivable for trade waivers on Sunday. This decision make the player eligible for any team of the MLB before August. He is the current leader in home runs, and is on the eye of many teams. Yahoo Sports reported they are at least four teams despite his contract. The contract is stated to pay him $25 million in base salary per year until 2028 beginning next season. Stanton is passing a huge season with the Marlins.
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Statistically talking, in 115 games he has a .283/.374/.630 line with 93 runs batted in, 89 runs and 43 homers. He ranked 5th in baseball in OPS at 1.014, along with his best HR of all-time. It is not understandable the trade, as the player is passing his best season. For the franchise, is the best market strategy they have and the player won’t mind a change of team. In May, the player made public his frustration with the team. Later, the exchange of A.J. Ramos in July made a constant cycle of trading players who won’t help the teams of the league.
The results of a two year exchange in the minor leagues show approximately some years later, so is a risky exchange. And as the non-waiver trade deadline, he expressed it was the same thing every year. The problem is they are just a few clubs that can afford to pay Giancarlo the amount of money in salary the contract stipulates. A payment like that could put a team in problems regarding the maintenance of the team and its future. But there’s no doubt a player like Stanton will give any team a powerful rotation. He could take a team to the playoffs and a could be a title-winning decision.