Derek Jeter seems to have no regrets about the mega-trade that sent NL MVP Giancarlo Stanton from the Marlins to the Yankees.News of the deal surfaced Saturday, and theYankees officially Cole Hamels Jersey confirmed the trade Monday, introducing the slugger at a media conference during the Winter Meetings.Jeter, a Marlins co-owner and the CEO, denied Monday thatthe Marlins were backed into a corner after Stanton refused to waive his no-trade clause to accept potential tradestothe Giants and Cardinals.That is not the case. This was the best move and the best deal for the organization,” Jeter said Monday in an interview with Joel ShermanoftheNew York Post and MLB Network.The Yankees got Stanton, alongwith cash considerations, in exchange for second basemanStarlin Castroand a pair of prospects: right-handed pitcherJorge Guzmanand infielder Jose Devers.Jeter said he hadmet with Stanton and laid out the club’s plans, saying they wanted to keep the Jason Grilli Jersey slugger, but they were also rebuilding.”I told him this organization is trying to build.We can build with you or without you,” Jeter said, via the Post.Stanton had indicated he would waive his no-trade clause for only four teams: the Yankees, Cubs, Dodgers and Astros. Marlins president of baseball operations Mike Hill told Sherman that talks with those four teams didn’t pan out, leading them to initiate talks with theGiants and Cardinals. After Stanton nixed those deals, the Marlins and Yankees started talking again.While the Internet rumbled this weekend with conspiracy talk about how Jeter, who spent 20 seasons playing for the Yankees, had sent one of baseball’s marquee players to his old team, Jeter said,”I had no feeling about trading him to the Yankees. I wanted the best https://www.rangersedges.com/texas-rangers/elvis-andrus-jersey deal.”

Derek Jeter seems to have no regrets about the mega-trade that sent NL MVP Giancarlo Stanton from the Marlins to the Yankees.News of the deal surfaced Saturday, and theYankees officially Cole Hamels Jersey confirmed the trade Monday, introducing the slugger at a media conference during the Winter Meetings.Jeter, a Marlins co-owner and the CEO, denied Monday thatthe Marlins were backed into a corner after Stanton refused to waive his no-trade clause to accept potential tradestothe Giants and Cardinals.That is not the case. This was the best move and the best deal for the organization,” Jeter said Monday in an interview with Joel ShermanoftheNew York Post and MLB Network.The Yankees got Stanton, alongwith cash considerations, in exchange for second basemanStarlin Castroand a pair of prospects: right-handed pitcherJorge Guzmanand infielder Jose Devers.Jeter said he hadmet with Stanton and laid out the club’s plans, saying they wanted to keep the Jason Grilli Jersey slugger, but they were also rebuilding.”I told him this organization is trying to build.We can build with you or without you,” Jeter said, via the Post.Stanton had indicated he would waive his no-trade clause for only four teams: the Yankees, Cubs, Dodgers and Astros. Marlins president of baseball operations Mike Hill told Sherman that talks with those four teams didn’t pan out, leading them to initiate talks with theGiants and Cardinals. After Stanton nixed those deals, the Marlins and Yankees started talking again.While the Internet rumbled this weekend with conspiracy talk about how Jeter, who spent 20 seasons playing for the Yankees, had sent one of baseball’s marquee players to his old team, Jeter said,”I had no feeling about trading him to the Yankees. I wanted the best https://www.rangersedges.com/texas-rangers/elvis-andrus-jersey deal.”