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Chris Iannetta homered twice and drove in a career-high eight runs and the Arizona Diamondbacks outslugged the Miami Marlins 13-11 on Friday night.
Derek Jeter, the pending baseball boss of the Miami Marlins, has asked that four baseball luminaries who serve the team as special assistants -- Andre Dawson, Tony Perez, Jeff Conine and Jack McKeon -- be fired before his arrival, according to a report.
Stanton impressive vs. Mets this year
Giancarlo Stanton homered and drove in three runs to help the Marlins complete a three-game sweep of the Mets with a 9-2 win on Wednesday. Stanton finished the season with eight home runs and 20 RBIs vs. New York. Per the Elias Sports Bureau, only three other players have had at least eight home runs and 20 RBIs against the Mets in a single season over the last 50 years: Dick Allen in 1968 (10 HR, 25 RBIs), Dave Kingman in 1979 (9 HR, 20 RBIs) and Ryan Howard in 2006 (8 HR, 21 RBIs).
What's it like watching Miami's supersized slugger put on a batting practice show? Which is his most impressive blast? What changes have fueled his monster season? We asked those who see him every day about the man known as "G" to his Marlins teammates.
Stanton keeps mashing the Mets
With another homer on Wednesday, Giancarlo Stanton came away with two long balls in the three-game series with the Mets, bringing his career tally against them to 35. Only one player has hit more homers against a single opponent since Stanton entered the league in 2010. Meanwhile, Stanton has been nearly as effective against the Nationals.
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
After walking Giancarlo Stanton four times on Tuesday, the Mets pitched to him today and the big guy swatted his 56th home run. With 10 games remaining, can Stanton get to 60? Based on his season rate of home runs, he'd hit 3.75 in the Marlins' remaining 10 games. Meanwhile, Aaron Judge slammed his 45th home run as he closes in on Mark McGwire's rookie record of 49 set in 1987. That's eight HR, 19 RBI and 20 runs in September for Judge as he re-ignites his MVP case.
Giancarlo Stanton hit his major league-leading 56th homer and drove in three runs as the Miami Marlins completed a three-game sweep of the New York Mets by winning 9-2 Wednesday.
The NL's two top players are both from teams outside of the playoff picture. But if Giancarlo Stanton can reach 60 home runs, it might be enough to get him the MVP award.
J.T. Realmuto homered in the 10th inning and the Miami Marlins beat the New York Mets 5-4 on Tuesday night after rallying for three runs in the ninth against former teammate A.J. Ramos.
Marlins reinstate Chris O'Grady
The Miami Marlins have activated LHP Chris O'Grady (strained right oblique) from the 10-day disabled list, the team announced on Tuesday. The 27-year-old has started six games for the Marlins this season, going 2-1 with a 5.47 ERA.
Stanton, Ozuna break Marlins record
Tuesday marked the 12th time this season that Giancarlo Stanton and Marcell Ozuna homered in the same game this season, breaking the team record set by Miguel Cabrera and Alex Gonzalez in 2004. No other MLB pair has done so more than nine times this season. (Elias Sports Bureau)
Buster Olney talks with Clark Spencer of The Miami Herald about Giancarlo Stanton's September, the latest with the club's ownership situation and more.
Giancarlo Stanton has close splits for batting average and home runs in the first and second half. His slugging percentage, however, has gone up dramatically since the All-Star break. Stanton still has time to increase his long ball count with 12 games remaining this season.
Stanton back on top of longest HR list
It was only a matter of time before Giancarlo Stanton hit another monster shot to claim the day's longest homer. The slugger did so Monday with a 455-foot long ball to center at Marlins Park, his 55th home run of the season.
Buster Olney recaps all of Monday's action, including a big comeback for the Red Sox, a big HR for Giancarlo Stanton and a career first for Clayton Kershaw against the Phils.
The Marlins slugger revived his shot to become the first player to hit 60 since Barry Bonds set the single-season HR record in 2001. Can he do it?
Giancarlo Stanton hit his 55th homer -- and his first in nine days -- while driving in four runs to help the Miami Marlins beat the New York Mets 13-1 Monday night.
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
If you can't say something nice ... so, umm, Matt Harvey's return from the DL could have gone better so far. He gave up 12 hits and seven runs in just four innings to the Marlins -- including Giancarlo Stanton's 55th home run. That's 21 runs in 14.1 innings since his his return and you wonder: Does pitching this poorly make it more likely or less likely that he'll be back with the Mets in 2018? The Mets may not want him, but his trade value is as low as it can go right now.
Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton took Mets pitcher Matt Harvey deep Monday night for home run No. 55 of the season.
The Marlins have lost 17 of their past 20 games, so all eyes are on Giancarlo Stanton's home run total for the remainder of the season. Miami's next two stops on the road should bode well for the slugger.
Travis Shaw, Jesus Aguilar and Manny Pina each had two hits in Milwaukee's eight-run fourth inning, lifting the Brewers to a 10-3 victory over the hurricane-displaced Miami Marlins on Sunday.
Mike Aviles took over at shortstop for the Marlins after Miguel Rojas appeared to injure his left arm while diving for a grounder in the second inning Sunday.
Derek Dietrich hit a two-run homer, Adam Conley pitched into the sixth inning and the Miami Marlins beat the Milwaukee Brewers 7-4 on Saturday night to stop a six-game slide.
On Base Percentage.32812th
Earned Run Average4.7825th