It is no surprise that the Marlins are hoping to extend Giancarlo Stanton this offeason, but it is a little surprising they want to do so by early December.
With the end of the regular season just four days away, it is time to start looking at who is atop the race for the National League MVP Award.
More updates were revealed about the recovery of Giancarlo Stanton tonight, including the fact that he sustained on orbital fracture when he was hit.
The Miami Marlins announced earlier this afternoon that Giancarlo Stanton will be shut down for the rest of the 2014 season while he recovers.
Though there have been many surprises from this season's Marlins squad, the biggest one might be the developement of the team's outfield.
Giancarlo Stanton is scheduled to have his stitches removed today before undergoing more tests to see if he can return this season.
The injury Giancarlo Stanton suffered in the fifth inning of Thursday night's game against the Brewers means more than just a lost MVP award.
Though Miami dropped the finale against the Brewers tonight, the bigger story was Giancarlo Stanton being carted off the field after being hit in the face.
Giancarlo Stanton exited tonight's game against the Milwaukee Brewers in the top of the fifth inning after being struck in the face by a pitch from Mike Fiers.
Last night Marcell Ozuna hit a 462 foot home run to dead center in Miller Park, the 18th longest home run hit in the majors this season.