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Jeter had 'no feelings' on trading Stanton to Yankees (0:36)

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.

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Jeter: Stanton trade affords Marlins 'flexibility to build our organization' (0:54)

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.”

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

So the Jets have dropped six of their last eight, their unofficial team MVP (Josh McCown) could be done for the year and now they have to go on the road again to face the Saints. Worried about the team getting demoralized? "No, not at all," Steve McLendon said. "Why would we worry about the team falling apart or anything like that?"

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets C Wes Johnson said Josh McCown became the team leader on the first day of OTAs in the spring, when he organized a players-only practice. Now McCown (fractured left hand) could be lost for the final three games. Said Johnson: "I have all the confidence in the world in Bryce (Petty) ... I'm not worried about him at all. I'm actually excited for the opportunity he could get."

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.

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Max calls Stanton trade a 'win-win' (1:57)
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Olney: Boone will have fun with Yankees lineup (0:53)

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.

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Trade grades: Did Yankees ace Giancarlo Stanton deal?

With the most imposing middle of the order in the league, the expectation is now World Series or bust for New York. And while fans won't like that Derek Jeter dealt to his former team, that doesn't mean he failed his first test.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

The Yankees trade for Giancarlo Stanton is official. He will be introduced as a Yankee here in Orlando at the Winter Meetings at 2 p.m. The Yankees receive Stanton and $30 million for second baseman Starlin Castro and minor leaguers, pitcher Jorge Guzman and infielder Jose Devers.

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BBTN: Winter Meetings Underway, Stanton, Ohtani

Buster Olney talks to Jerry Crasnick about the massive Ohtani and Stanton deals, what else we can expect from the winter meetings and more (8:19). Plus, Clark Spencer on the Marlins' side of the Stanton deal (27:40), Alex Speier on how the Red Sox may respond (37:59) and Rob Biertempfel on the possibility of the Pirates beginning a massive rebuild (44:54).

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Rays manager Kevin Cash didn't mince words when asked about the power of the division rival New York Yankees: "It's going to be very challenging." Said he's already done some sketching on what facing that lineup will look like.

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Le Batard feels betrayed as a Marlins fan (1:23)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets offensive snap analysis (based on 50): QB – Josh McCown 29, Bryce Petty 21; WR – Jermaine Kearse 44, Chad Hansen 35, Robby Anderson 34, ArDarius Stewart 15, JoJo Natson 1; TE – Austin Seferian-Jenkins 35, Eric Tomlinson 17, Neal Sterling 8; RB – Matt Forte 26, Bilal Powell 23, Lawrence Thomas 6, Eli McGuire 1. Takeaway: McCown (hand) missed his first snaps of the season. Hansen over Anderson? Curious. McGuire (ankle) was one and done.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets defensive snap analysis (based on 70): DL – Leo Williams 58, Mo Wilkerson 57, Steve McLendon 32, Mike Pennel 23, Xavier Cooper 15, Kony Ealy 15; LB – Darron Lee 70, Demario Davis 70, Jordan Jenkins 50, Josh Martin 42, David Bass 28, Obum Gwacham 3; DB – Jamal Adams 70, Marcus Maye 70, Buster Skrine 67, Mo Claiborne 58, Darryl Roberts 33, Rontez Miles 4, Terrence Brooks 2, Rashard Robinson 2. Takeaway: Ealy's PT continues to shrink. Robinson all but disappeared after bad game last week. Gwacham makes defensive debut.

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