How many home runs Giancarlo Stanton ends up with may ultimately come down to how much protection he gets in the Marlins’ lineup. Without support, opponents may eventually start pitching around the 27-year-old, who leads the Major Leagues with 44 homers.
“Unicorn” goes back to Spring Training when Marlins reliever Brad Ziegler remained a mystery to his teammates. It’s the nickname Ziegler will use during Players Weekend Aug. 25-27.
Giancarlo Stanton isn’t the only home run hitter in the Marlins lineup. On Friday night, J.T. Realmuto delivered the tone-setting, two-run homer in the second inning in Miami’s 3-1 victory over the Mets at Citi Field.
The Mets were determined heading into this weekend’s series with the Marlins not to let Giancarlo Stanton beat them.
Right-handers Vance Worley and Rafael Montero, both of whom have assumed starters’ roles this season because of injuries to their teams’ respective rotations, will square off Saturday at Citi Field for the second game of a three-game set between the Mets and Marlins.
David Samson, the Miami Marlins’ president for the past 16 seasons, is not being retained by the new ownership group that has reached an agreement to purchase the club.
Will Giancarlo Stanton remain with the Marlins? Beat reporter Joe Frisaro answers fans’ questions in the latest Inbox.
The Giancarlo Stanton home run show is going on the road, and it will take center stage on Friday at Citi Field when the Marlins face the Mets. Left-hander Justin Nicolino will start for Miami opposite New York’s Chris Flexen.
Speed, they say, never takes a day off. It’s a good thing it didn’t for the Marlins in the third inning of Wednesday’s 8-1 win, when the Giants were mounting a rally at Marlins Park.
The Giants kept Giancarlo Stanton in the ballpark on Wednesday afternoon, but they weren’t able to contain Tomas Telis, who drove in three runs and scored another in the Marlins’ 8-1 victory over the Giants at Marlins Park.
You do not trade a player like Giancarlo Stanton. You just don’t. You don’t even consider it. That’s an option the Miami Marlins should take off the table regardless of who owns the franchise. Instead, you do exactly the opposite.
Add Madison Bumgarner to the list of pitchers to allow a home run to Giancarlo Stanton during his remarkable home run stretch. But after Stanton extended his long-ball streak to six straight games, it was Bumgarner’s run-scoring single and Carlos Moncrief’s pinch-hit, RBI base hit that helped rally the Giants to a 9-4 victory over […]