Giants haven't approached Bumgarner about extension
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Madison Bumgarner has spent the entirety of his 10-year career with the San Francisco Giants. With a $12-million team option for 2019, he'll spend at least one more year by the Bay unless something earth-shattering happens.

After that, the future is cloudy. Bumgarner says the Giants have yet to engage in extension talks but the four-time All-Star insists he'd prefer to stay with the team.

"I'd like to be here," Bumgarner said, according to Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle. "I guess it's a little early to talk about finishing my career, but I'd like to be here my whole career. But that’s not 100 percent in my control."

Bumgarner has suffered through a pair of injury-ridden seasons after cementing his status as one of baseball's preeminent workhorse pitchers. He eclipsed the 200-inning mark in each season from 2011 through 2016.

When able to take the mound, he's still been effective. This year, he's 6-6 with a 3.14 ERA in 117 2/3 innings. With the Giants limping to the conclusion of a disappointing season, he recognizes the team has a lot of decisions to make, including how to deal with their star southpaw.

"I know there are a lot of different ways they can go with it," he said. "I don't know anything more than you do. I'll kind of see what happens and what their plans are."

Giants haven't approached Bumgarner about extension
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