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Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

To the best of agent Joel Wolfe's knowledge, the Red Sox didn't attempt to make a trade with the Marlins for Giancarlo Stanton. Wolfe's assumption is Sox weren't looking for an outfielder. The Sox weren't on Stanton's list of four teams to which he would've approved a trade. Giants and Cardinals weren't on that list either, but before Stanton nixed it, they worked out deals with Marlins for him.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Since GM meetings, the feeling in Giancarlo Stanton's camp was that Red Sox's priority is pitching, not outfielders. "(Andrew) Benintendi, (Mookie) Betts and JBJ, those guys are studs," said Stanton's agent, Joel Wolfe.

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

Giancarlo Stanton tells Buster Olney: "In the end, I got where I needed to be."

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Joel Wolfe, Giancarlo Stanton's agent: Boston was never presented to us as an option." In other words, the Red Sox didn't work out trade with the Marlins, as the Giants and Cardinals did. The Red Sox weren't among the four teams on Stanton's go-to list (Yankees, Dodgers, Cubs, Astros).

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Giancarlo Stanton said he is willing to play any position the Yankees ask. He and Aaron Judge both play right field. Stanton said he can rotate, DH or whatever the Yankees think is best to win.

Elizabeth Baugh ESPN Editor 

Looks like the Yankees found an available jersey... Giancarlo Stanton will wear No. 27 in New York.

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

It's standing room only as the Yankees officially welcome Giancarlo Stanton to the club.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

“So little in return? You mean, in terms, of quantity?” Derek Jeter said when asked about receiving Starlin Castro and two Single-A players for Giancarlo Stanton. “We have people in place whose job is to know about talent and I think they would disagree with you. We think we got some good prospects in return and now it is up to us as an organization to help develop them. You are right, it is the National League Most Valuable player, I don't care what prospects you get back, they won't be household names for our fan base.”

Enrique Rojas ESPNdeportes 

Fuente: Oferta de #Indians a Carlos Santana ocurrió un mes atrás y equipo mostró disposición de pasar de tres años y $12 millones de dólares anuales.‬ #WinterMeetings

Elizabeth Baugh ESPN Editor 

The winter meetings just turned into the Stanton Show.

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Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Marlins COO Derek Jeter on how he handled the Giancarlo Stanton trade talks: “There is not anything I would've done differently throughout this process,” Jeter said. Jeter added the deal gives the Marlins "flexibility" and that he felt that Stanton did not want to be part of a rebuild.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Rookie Nats manager Dave Martinez shares the best advice he's gotten, courtesy of former boss Joe Maddon.

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Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

New Nats skipper Dave Martinez on Giancarlo Stanton switching from NL East to AL East: "I'm just glad that we don't gotta see him in our division."

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Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

New Nationals skipper Dave Martinez on if/when he'll start lobbying to keep Bryce Harper in DC beyond 2018.

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Hector Cruz ESPN 

Los Yankees de Nueva York oficializaron el cambio que lleva al toletero Giancarlo Stanton a sus filas por el intermedista Starlin Castro, el lanzador derecho de liga menor Jorge Guzmán y el jugador del cuadro de liga menor José Devers. Los Yankees citaron a conferencia de prensa a las 2 pm este lunes en las Reuniones Invernales en Orlando para presentar al jugador.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Davey Martinez discuss what he learned from Joe Maddon and what he'll take with him to Washington as their new manager.

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Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

New Hall of Famer Jack Morris, addressing writers who did not vote him during his original 15-year window, "I want you to know, I'm not mad at any of you." A little later, he joked, "Now that I'm in, I don't have to worry about any of it."