Even minus Ryan Braun, the Milwaukee Brewers’ lineup hardly skipped a beat. Jonathan Lucroy had four hits, Yovani Gallardo threw eight scoreless innings and Milwaukee beat the Miami Marlins 6-1 Monday night for its fourth consecutive victory.
The Miami Marlins continue to put up miserable numbers this season and could use a big shot-in-the-arm from slugger Giancarlo Stanton. However, Stanton isn’t close to rejoining the major league roster.
The Miami Marlins have precious little talent to spare on their main roster and the team almost lost it’s only All-Star during a simulated game Wednesday in Jupiter, Florida.
In a season full of misery, the Miami Marlins have one diamond in quite a bit of rough. Twenty-two-year-old right fielder Giancarlo Stanton has made a name for himself as not only the Marlins’ best player, but also a power hitter the entire league should be wary of facing.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have seen just about enough of Giancarlo Stanton. Aaron Harang was the latest Dodgers pitcher to give up a home run to Stanton, allowing a first-pitch solo shot to center field in the fourth inning of a 6-2 loss to the Miami Marlins on Sunday.
Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton finally made his return to the lineup Tuesday night and what a show he put on. Stanton hit two two-run home runs to lead the Marlins in a route of the struggling New York Mets, 13-0.
For the first time in 25 games, Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton will return to the lineup after recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery in early July.
The Miami Marlins outfield will be without a key contributor for the near future, and possibly the rest of the season.
News out of Saturday’s Miami Marlins vs. St. Louis Cardinals game doesn’t sound promising for Marlins star Giancarlo Stanton’s All-Star prospects.
If you’ve ever seen Giancarlo Stanton take batting practice, you understand the power he has from the plate. Now, the entire country is about to see that power during the All-Star break.