Ahh yes. While everyone in the baseball world is discussing the 2015 MLB Trade Deadline, I decided to compile every homer of Giancarlo Stanton’s season and mash it up in to a one minute video. Enjoy:
We all miss him. Stanton still leads the team with a 3.8 WAR, despite being out since June 26th with a wrist injury. I thought everyone would enjoy watching him destroy opposing pitchers amidst this trade deadline craze.
From around the web:
Marlins Activate Dee Gordon from disabled list — Christy Cabrera Chirinos, Sun Sentinel
At least one of the Miami Marlins’ injured All-Stars is rejoining the team.
Second baseman Dee Gordon, who dislocated his thumb on July 11th and was placed on the disabled list a week later, was activated Tuesday ahead of the Marlins’ series-opener against the Washington Nationals, the team announced.
Marlins manager Dan Jennings said this weekend he was hopeful the speedy Gordon, who injured his thumb sliding into first base in a 14-3 win over Cincinnati, would be available Tuesday after a brief rehab assignment. (Read More Here)
Marcell Ozuna Trade Rumors: Latest News and Speculation on Marlins OF — Timothy Rapp, Bleacher Report
Ozuna, 24, is hitting just .249 with four home runs and 26 RBI this season and has spent most of July in Triple-A after being optioned back to the minors earlier this month. It’s been a disappointing season for the young outfielder, who hit 23 home runs and 85 RBI in 153 games during his rookie season last year.
But his reluctance to sign a long-term deal with the club has prompted the team’s willingness to potentially deal him, per Buster Olney of ESPN, and his age and the power he showcased in his rookie year make him an intriguing option for teams looking to add young power to their lineup. (Read More Here)
Miami Marlins Rumors: Team Growing More Confident They’ll Move Mat Latos — Ehsan Kassim, Marlin Maniac
We may have seen the biggest chip of the 2015 trade deadline fall yesterday, as Troy Tulowitzki was traded from the Colorado Rockies to
Cole Hamels and David Price could also be moved in the coming days, with even a chance Marcell Ozuna and Yasiel Puig get moved. Things are still very unclear, 3 days out from the July 31st trade deadline.
One thing that’s becoming clear for the Miami Marlins? The market for Mat Latos, as the team is growing confident they’ll trade him soon, according to Jerry Crasnick of ESPN. (Read More Here)
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