“I feel like I’ve done a good job of blocking it out,” Bumgarner said. “Sometimes it’s easier said than done, obviously. But winning solves everything. I’m just trying to win the game. It doesn’t matter what may or may not happen. All we can control is what’s going on right now.”The four-time All-Star has spent his entire 11-year MLB career with San Francisco. He has won three World Series and taken home two Silver Sluggers during his time with the team. Related News MLB trade rumors: Potential sleeper moves Astros, Yankees, Phillies could make to bolster rotations MLB trade rumors: What could it take to land Madison Bumgarner? Madison Bumgarner’s time with the Giants could be coming to an end soon.The Giants are reportedly listening to offers for the 29-year-old starter and they’re expected to move him before the July 31 trade deadline. Bumgarner discussed the rumors during a recent interview with MLB.com. MLB trade rumors: Phillies have been ‘in contact with every team that has pitching available’ “I just figured, until they take (the Giants uniform) away from me, I’m not going to think about it that way,” Bumgarner said. “Mindset is a big thing for me. I feel like that’s a negative light on what we’re trying to do, because we’re trying to win. I’m not focused on whether it’s my last start or not or whether they’re going to decide to make moves or not.”Bumgarner holds a 5-7 record with a 3.86 ERA in 20 starts so far this season. He has struck out 121 and walked 25 in 116 2/3 innings pitched. The Yankees are reportedly pursuing Bumgarner while he has also been linked to the Twins, Brewers, Braves and Astros, as well. The Giants have begun to work their way back into playoff contention as they’ve won five in a row and are just 2 1/2 games out of the second wild-card spot with a 47-49 record. President of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi, however, said the team’s plans have not changed.”Not every trade that’s made leading up to the trade deadline is a pure buy or sell deal,” Zaidi told KNBR earlier this week. “Sometimes it’s a need-for-need deal. That might be the direction that we go. “We’re very invested in this season and it’s been really exciting seeing how the team has played. Every pennant race and every opportunity you have to get to the playoffs has a ton of value. It has a ton of value to the fans and the organization, and we don’t take that lightly.”Bumgarner is set to take the mound against the Mets on Thursday. He will be a free agent after the season.