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Champs Shy Away From Big Deals

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If recent history is any indication, the Giants will have little or no interest in Josh Hamilton, who's expected to command a long-term contract beyond $100 million.

Since they signed Aaron Rowand for five years and $60 million in December 2007, they haven't brought in a player from the outside for anything more than a two-year deal.

 

 

 

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