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Giancarlo Stanton Got A $325 Million Deal, The Largest In Baseball History

The mega-deal with the Marlins is for the next 13 years.

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Update — Nov. 17, 2014 4:30 p.m. ET

The Marlins and Giancarlo Stanton have finalized a 13-year deal for $325 million.

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Stanton is able to opt-out of the contract after six years, and the deal includes a no-trade clause.

Stanton's deal is the largest in history, blasting past Miguel Cabrera's $292 million deal.

However, his $25 million yearly salary falls (considerably) short of the record.

The Marlins are swinging for the fences for their home-grown slugger.

Giancarlo Stanton to sign $325M contract. The #Marlins TOTAL payroll from 2010-2014 was $303M.

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Giancarlo Stanton to sign $325M contract. The #Marlins TOTAL payroll from 2010-2014 was $303M.

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Stanton will be 38 years old at the conclusion of the deal.

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