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60-62, 2nd in NL East
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Stanton etching iconic place in Marlins lore

Nobody outperforms Giancarlo Stanton better than Giancarlo Stanton. The Marlins slugger once again broke one of his own team records with his home run Sunday.

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Conley rediscovers his K form

Adam Conley struck out a career-high 11 Mets in seven innings Sunday after racking up no K's in 6 1/3 frames against the Giants in his last start. The last MLB pitcher to register more than 10 strikeouts immediately following a game in which he went at least six innings without a single whiff was the Cardinals' Joe Magrane on June 22, 1990. (Elias Sports Bureau)

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Stanton's two-month surge in perspective

Giancarlo Stanton has followed up a 12-homer July with a dozen more in August (so far). Despite a three-game homer drought prior to Sunday, Stanton remains on pace to reach 60 HRs this season.

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Gordon steals with batting glove in his mouth (0:16)
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Stanton's 45th HR adds to Marlins' lead (0:27)
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Montero shuts down Marlins in Mets' 8-1 win

Rafael Montero pitched six strong innings in his best effort of the season, Wilmer Flores and Kevin Plawecki each hit long two-run homers to help the New York Mets snap a five-game losing streak with an 8-1 win over the Miami Marlins on Saturday night.

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Flores homers in big sixth inning for Mets (0:26)
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Marlins win 6th of 7, 3-1 over Mets

J.T. Realmuto hit a two-run homer as the Miami Marlins notched their sixth win in seven games, downing the New York Mets 3-1 in their series opener Friday night to move within two games of .500 for the first time since May 3.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

A decent mix of cheers and boos ahead of Giancarlo Stanton's first at-bat at Citi Field. Some loud ohhhs and ahhhs when the Marlins RF made contact for the first time (a hard foul ball to the stands high behind the first-base dugout), too. After working the count to 3-2, Stanton walked. This is his first game since his six-game home run streak came to an end Wednesday.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Love this from Marlins manager Don Mattingly on Giancarlo Stanton's HRs: "He's got 44 now. If he fell asleep the rest of the year he's going to hit 50."

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

No on-field batting practice at Citi Field ahead of tonight's Marlins/Mets game. There's a threat of rain -- and maybe the threat of a Giancarlo Stanton upper-deck blast.

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Source: Samson out as Marlins' prez after sale

David Samson will be out as Marlins president if a bid by prospective owners Derek Jeter and Bruce Sherman to buy the franchise is approved, a source told ESPN's Dan Le Batard.

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Stanton can't extend HR streak, says 61 is goal

After failing to homer in a seventh consecutive game and seeing his bid at a major league record end, Giancarlo Stanton admitted that he's trying to hit 61 home runs this season, which he's currently on pace for.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

It's not every day you reach base three times and the fans leave a little disappointed, but it appears Giancarlo Stanton's streak will end at six games in a row with a home run as he's 2-for-4 with a hit by pitch, singling twice on a blooper and groundball hit and also grounding out twice.

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Judge, Stanton heading in different directions

Aaron Judge was leading the home run pack before the All-Star break, but Giancarlo Stanton has gone above and beyond since then, tripling the amount of homers the rookie has hit since the Home Run Derby.

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Stanton not shy about flexing his muscles

Giancarlo Stanton has 18 home runs since the All-Star break, which is five more than any other hitter and also accounts for more than 50 percent of his hits during that span.

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Stanton primed to finally seize Marlins record

Giancarlo Stanton tied the MLB record for the most home runs through the first 15 days of a calendar month, joining Ralph Kiner (Sept. 1949), Sammy Sosa (June 1998) and Troy Tulowitzki (Sept. 2010), the Elias Sports Bureau notes. He's also one homer shy of tying the Marlins' franchise record for a month, which he also tied in July.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs57118th
Batting Average.2654th
On Base Percentage.32813th
Slugging Percentage.42716th
Earned Run Average4.5217th
Quality Starts40Tied-29th
WHIP1.3919th
BAA.25413th

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