Today's MLB – Miami Marlins News
Though it might be crazy to think of Giancarlo Stanton in the same breath as Miguel Cabrera, you might not be as shocked once you see these stats.
Behind a three-run eighth inning, the Miami Marlins were able to win the series opener against the New York Mets on Labor Day by a final score of 9-6.
The Marlins dropped the finale in Atlanta tonight by a final of 1-0, with the only run coming on an Evan Gattis solo home run.
The Braves took the lead they needed to win tonight's game with a three-run seventh as they beat the Marlins 5-2 in the series opener.
The tide turner in favor of the Angels tonight as the Marlins offense remained quiet until the ninth inning in a 8-2 loss in game two.
Last night against the Los Angeles Angels, Giancarlo Stanton blasted his 33rd home run of 2014 and 150th career longball, a three-run shot to center.
Miami Marlins prodigy Giancarlo Stanton has joined an elite class of players. He is among those few who have hit at least
The Marlins and Brad Hand were bit by the longball early as they dropped the series finale to the Rockies in Coors Field by a final of 7-4.
Every hitter in the Marlins starting lineup besides starting pitcher Henderson Alvarez contributed in tonight's 13-5 victory over Colorado.
With 32 home runs and 89 RBI's to his credit this season, it seems as if Giancarlo Stanton is the most logical choice for National League MVP this season.