DETROIT — Giancarlo Stanton said there’s no “bad blood” from his perspective when it comes to Derek Jeter and their contentious dealings before Stanton was traded from Miami to New York.
“I mean, I don’t think there’s any crazy bad blood besides what you guys stirred up,” Stanton said Sunday. “I mean, we were very honest with each other in our meetings — and that’s the business side of it — but there’s no bad blood on this side.”
Jeter, the ex-Yankee Captain and current Marlins owner, has cited “an awkward situation” as to why he won’t be at Yankee Stadium this week.
The Marlins face the Yankees on Monday and Tuesday in The Bronx.
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