Baseball has been very, very good to Giancarlo Stanton. But the Miami Marlins’ $325 million man is having other issues — in the romance department. Stanton, 25, admits in the latest issue of Haute Living magazine that during season there’s no time to meet someone. “The only opportunity is after our games, where I might be out at a club or a bar, which isn’t always the best place,” Stanton says, adding there are no wild nights in his near future. “We play every single day, so I can’t ever go crazy.” Not that he’s complaining; Stantons’s 305 all the way. “I love Miami because, unlike a lot of other cities, there are a lot of places open late. It’s easy to find a place to go after a game when you just want to relax.”
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