SAN FRANCISCO (CBSMiami/AP) — The Miami Marlins top player is looking forward to a normal winter.READ MORE: Man Shot While Driving On I-75; FHP: At Least One Vehicle Shot At On S. Fla. Highways Every Week
Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton expects to have a normal offseason of conditioning as he recovers from his facial injuries.
Stanton was struck under the left eye by a fastball from Milwaukee’s Mike Fiers on Sept. 11, ending his season. He sustained facial fractures, dental damage, cuts that required stitches and two black eyes.
The outfielder attended Game 4 of the World Series on Saturday to accept the Hank Aaron Award, given by Major League Baseball to the top offensive performer in each league. He did not appear to have any signs of black eyes.READ MORE: Black Friday Shoppers Out Early Hoping To Score Deals
“It was a long process of just kind of laying around the house, and not being able to leave too much,” Stanton said. “But I feel great now, and I’ll be back to my normal offseason routine and shouldn’t skip a beat.”
Stanton won the NL Hank Aaron Award. Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels, who won in the AL, did not attend.
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