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Jeter had 'no feelings' on trading Stanton to Yankees.

Marlins CEO Derek Jeter reiterates that the trade made with the Yankees was the best deal for the organization.

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Cora says current players can take steps forward to boost offense.

Red Sox manager Alex Cora says the team isn't shopping Jackie Bradley Jr. despite other team's interest in the outfielder. Cora also says that even with the team looking to add another bat, Boston's offense should improve as the current Red Sox get better

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Stanton: 'I worked to be in a winning culture.'

Giancarlo Stanton speaks with Buster Olney about how quickly his move to the Yankees occurred and how he'll handle the New York media.

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Stanton drawn to the 'hunger' in New York.

Giancarlo Stanton shares what set the Yankees apart from the other teams he was considering.

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Stanton: It doesn't matter if I play right field.

Giancarlo Stanton answers who will play the right field position between him and Aaron Judge.

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Stanton didn't want to be a part of 'another losing season.'

Giancarlo Stanton shares how he and the Marlins front office differed on the direction of the team.

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Stanton excited to be a Yankee.

At his introductory news conference, NL MVP Giancarlo Stanton shares his excitement over joining the Yankees.

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Jeter: Stanton trade affords Marlins 'flexibility to build our organization.'

Derek Jeter explains why trading Giancarlo Stanton to the Yankees is beneficial to both the Marlins and the reigning NL MVP.

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