The Giancarlo Stanton trade saga continues.
This, of course, doesn't mean Stanton can't change his mind, but as of right now these four teams are the preferred destinations for the All-Star slugger.
The two teams that have been pursuing Stanton the most are the San Francisco Giants and St. Louis Cardinals.
Stanton has a full no-trade clause and will be able to make the final decision should Miami be ready to deal him. The Dodgers and Astros played in the World Series, while the Cubs made the NLCS and won the World Series the year before. Boone has never managed or coached, working as a broadcaster since last season after retiring as a player in 2009.
SiriusXM's Craig Mish reported Thursday that Stanton has four teams he will accept a trade to and neither the Cardinals or Giants are on that list. It's unclear what's happening with the Yankees or Dodgers.