Giancarlo Stanton still unhappy with Marlins


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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Remember when the traded several of their productive players to the Blue Jays in a remarkable salary slash last month? Of course, you do. But do you remember the reactim Molineux as he joins Shrewsbury Town following 11 years at Wolves.The stopper first joined the club at the age of 12 after being spotted between the sticks for his local side Ludlow Town, before progressing td to leave this summer, it has been revealed.The Argentina international is a target for Atletico Madrid with Lucas Hernandez and Diego Godin both departing this summer.However, reports agents for Otamendi has also been offered to Real Mhrough the ranks at Wolves Academy.Afteron of Marlins slugger ? If not, here you go:

Alright, I’m pisLeganes are waiting for Watford to make a decision over Marc Navarro.The Spanish fullback is a target for the LaLiga outfit, which is willing to take him on-loan.AS says Leganes expects an answer from the Hornets next week.Navarro has already agreed personal terms with Leganes and is eager to make the move.Watford boss Javi Gracia is expected to green light the move in the coming days.sed off!!! Plain & Simple

— Giancarlo Stanton (@Giancarlo818)

Well, not much has changed, according to Stanton’s agent, Joel Wolfe (via’s Jon Heyman). On that tweet in particular, Wolfe told Heyman, “It wasn’t a reaction. It was a state of mind.”

Wolfe wouldn’t say if Stanton has requested a trade from Miami. But, needless to say, the young star is not pleased with the situation.

Stanton, 23, hit .290/.361/.608 with 37 homers and 86 RBI in only 123 games. Had he not missed several weeks after knee surgery, it would have been a pretty good bet that Stanton would have led the NL in home runs.

Oh, and if the Marlins choose to keep him, Stanton doesn’t have much say in the matter. He won’t be a free agent until 2017.

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