Giancarlo Stanton is catching fire as of late, hitting a home run in the past two games. Each home run for Stanton has been a tape measure shot, with the homer from Monday clearing not just one fence, but two of them.
Here’s a video of the homer:
Stanton clears two fences with one swing | Marlins News
Clearing one fence wasn’t enough for Giancarlo Stanton on Monday afternoon, so he decided to hurdle two with one mighty swing in Miami’s 11-1 win over the Mets at Tradition Field.
Stanton cracks second tape-measure spring homer (with video) | Sun-Sentinel
The result wasn’t typical. Giancarlo Stanton hit a long, foul ball off Mets’ left-hander Jack Leathersich in the seventh inning Monday that just missed being a home run.
Know Your Enemy: Miami Marlins | Cubbies Crib
The Miami Marlins finished with a 62-100 record for last place in the entire National League, four games behind the Chicago Cubs. The Marlins last place finish marks their four consecutive losing season since 2010.
Marlins’ catchers get good marks in pitch framing | Sun-Sentinel
In the first bit of Spring Training gossip of the regular season, the Miami Marlins and Boston Red Sox got into a minor spat that somehow elicited the ire of former Marlins owner John Henry, whose comments on the Marlins’ lineup were unnecessary.
Here at Marlin Maniac:
Yesterday, Marlins fans were treated to Giancarlo Stanton’s latest attempt to successfully launch the world’s smallest geosynchronous satellite.
Three weeks from today, the Colorado Rockies will be in Miami to take on the Marlins on Opening Day. We already know that Jose Fernandez will be on the mound and Giancarlo Stanton will be patrolling right field.
Welcome back to the Greatest Moments in Marlins History. 1996. The year 1996 doesn’t register on most Marlins fans radar. The Marlins won their first Silver Slugger this year, a Golden Glove, and Gary Sheffield knocked 42 home runs that season which is still a record to this day.
John Sickels of Minor League Ball released his top 20 prospect list for the 2014 Miami Marlins prospects on Friday. Sickels has a unique grading system, giving grades to each prospect based on minor league performance and future projection.