Giancarlo Stanton

#27, RF, Miami
Giancarlo Stanton
  • Height:
    6-6
  • Weight:
    242
  • Bats:
    R
  • Throws:
    R
  • Born:
    November 8, 1989
  • Birth Place:
    Panorama City, California
  • College:
    None
  • Draft:
    2007 2ⁿᵈ round by the Miami Marlins
  • AVG
    .288
  • HR
    37
  • RBI
    105
  • R
    89


Player Notes
Giancarlo Stanton said Thursday that it will take 6-8 weeks for his facial fractures to heal.

Advice: Stanton has some more dental work to do and another CT scan scheduled to determine whether he is OK to fly. Overall, though, he was in good spirits Thursday and feeling much better. "Swelling is way down, much better than I envisioned," he said. "Just got to get the grill fixed, and go from there." Stanton should have a relatively normal offseason and be fine for spring training.

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7 hours ago Rotoworld
Giancarlo Stanton (face) won't play again this year.

Advice: Stanton is making steady progress from the facial fractures and lacerations that he suffered September 11 when he was struck by a Mike Fiers pitch, but the Marlins are going to play it safe with their 24-year-old slugger. He should have a fairly normal offseason and challenge for National League MVP honors again in 2015.

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Thu, Sep 18 Rotoworld
Marlins manager Mike Redmond said Tuesday that the chances of Giancarlo Stanton (face) returning this season are "not looking good."

Advice: The club was holding out hope that they'd get good news from a battery of tests Tuesday, but, not surprisingly, it appears doctors have advised against Stanton's return. The outfielder suffered multiple facial fractures and lacerations requiring more than 20 stitches, as well as losing multiple teeth, after being hit in the face by a Mike Fiers pitch last Thursday. The Marlins are expected to provide an official update on Stanton Wednesday.

More: Clark Spencer on Twitter

Wed, Sep 17 Rotoworld
The Marlins have not ruled out Giancarlo Stanton's (face) return this season.

Advice: Stanton suffered multiple facial fractures and lacerations requiring more than 20 stitches, as well as losing multiple teeth, after being hit in the face by a Mike Fiers pitch last Thursday. He underwent a number of checkups in Miami on Tuesday, and the results of those exams will determine whether the outfielder has an outside shot of making it back this season. Ultimately, it remains a longshot, but the Marlins aren't shutting the door yet. "I'm sure as much as anything, he wants to get some answers and know if it's a reality for him going forward," manager Mike Redmond said. "His mindset is he wants to come back and play. Ours is, absolutely, if it can happen."

More: Marlins.mlb.com

Tue, Sep 16 Rotoworld
Giancarlo Stanton is not expected to require surgery to repair multiple facial fractures.

Advice: Stanton is expected to be discharged from a Milwaukee hospital on Friday and return to Miami for further evaluation. The outfielder told Yahoo! Sports' Jeff Passan that he's hoping to return later this season, but that's probably a long shot. All things considered, however, his injuries could have been worse.

More: Juan C. Rodriguez on Twitter

Tue, Sep 16 Rotoworld
Yahoo! Sports' Jeff Passan reports that Giancarlo Stanton (face) wants to return this season.

Advice: Stanton was diagnosed with multiple facial fractures, as well as dental damage, when he was hit by a Mike Fiers pitch Thursday. Passan also adds that Stanton had a tooth lodged in his cheek and a hole in his lip so big "the doctor's index finger could fit in it." There's a big difference between wanting to return and being cleared to return, but Passan notes that "Stanton's spirits are high." The odds of him making it back still seem long, but we should known more in the coming days whether it's a possibility.

More: Jeff Passan on Twitter

Fri, Sep 12 Rotoworld
X-rays determined that Giancarlo Stanton suffered multiple facial fractures, as well as dental damage, when he was hit by a Mike Fiers pitch Thursday.

Advice: The Marlins haven't made any additional announcements, other than to say Stanton will return to Miami on Friday for further evaluation. Still, it's obvious he's done for the year; at best, broken bones within the face is going to be a four-week injury and probably more like an eight-week thing. There's also no word yet whether Stanton is dealing with any concussion symptoms. The Marlins will probably mix and match right fielders for the rest of the season. Enrique Hernandez could see significant time there. They also have the option of playing Garrett Jones in right and Justin Bour at first base, but that would seem to weaken the defense too much.

More: Joe Frisaro on Twitter

Fri, Sep 12 Rotoworld
Marlins manager Mike Redmond said Thursday that it "doesn't look good" for Giancarlo Stanton's chances of returning this season.

Advice: The results of Stanton's X-rays and CT scan aren't known yet, but obviously Redmond isn't feeling optimistic. The Marlins are already a long shot for the playoffs, and the loss of Stanton would pretty much do them in. An update on the National League MVP candidate will be available Friday.

More: Clark Spencer on Twitter

Thu, Sep 11 Rotoworld
Giancarlo Stanton suffered a laceration on left side of his face Thursday is undergoing X-rays and a CT scan at a Milwaukee hospital.

Advice: In other words, we don't know much yet. There should be another update on Stanton's status later Thursday.

More: Joe Capozzi on Twitter

Thu, Sep 11 Rotoworld
Giancarlo Stanton left Thursday's game versus the Marlins in the fifth inning after being hit in the face by a Mike Fiers pitch.

Advice: It was an ugly scene at Miller Park, as Stanton was unable to get out of the way of a Fiers fastball that appears to strike him in the left cheekbone. He immediately went down in pain and there was blood pouring out of his mouth. Stanton was eventually taken off the field on a stretcher. Obviously there will be plenty more updates forthcoming on the slugger's status.

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Thu, Sep 11 Rotoworld

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Tuesday, September 23

Head-to-head vs. Philadelphia

Head-to-head vs. Philadelphia
G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
Career vs. Was 65 230 40 73 21 0 22 53 34 71 3 1 .317 .415 .696 1.110
Home (this year) 74 271 56 84 16 0 24 67 49 76 9 1 .310 .416 .635 1.050
Day (this year) 43 159 23 39 7 0 9 23 22 57 4 0 .245 .339 .459 .798
Last game vs. Was 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 .333 .500 1.333 1.833
Career vs. Stephen Strasburg 28 10 5 0 3 9 4 10 0 0 .357 .438 .857 1.295
Batting
Last 10 Games Season To Date
Date Opp. Score AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
Sep 11 @Mil L 2-4 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .288 .395 .555 .950
Sep 10 @Mil L 1-4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 .287 .395 .554 .949
Sep 9 @Mil W 6-3 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 .288 .395 .556 .951
Sep 8 @Mil W 6-4 4 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 .291 .396 .560 .957
Sep 7 Atl W 4-0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 .291 .396 .557 .953
Sep 6 Atl L 3-4 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .293 .399 .561 .960
Sep 5 Atl W 11-3 5 1 2 1 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 .296 .402 .567 .969
Sep 3 NYM L 3-4 4 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 .295 .402 .566 .968
Sep 2 NYM L 6-8 4 1 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 .293 .401 .561 .962
Sep 1 NYM W 9-6 4 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 .292 .401 .554 .954
Career Stats
Batting
Batting
Year Team G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
2010 Mia 100 359 45 93 21 1 22 59 34 123 5 2 .259 .326 .507 .833
2011 Mia 150 516 79 135 30 5 34 87 70 166 5 5 .262 .356 .537 .893
2012 Mia 123 449 75 130 30 1 37 86 46 143 6 2 .290 .361 .608 .969
2013 Mia 116 425 62 106 26 0 24 62 74 140 1 0 .249 .365 .480 .845
2014 Mia 145 539 89 155 31 1 37 105 94 170 13 1 .288 .395 .555 .950
Totals 634 2288 350 619 138 8 154 399 318 742 30 10 .271 .364 .540 .903
Fielding
Fielding
Year Team G POS GS INN PO TC A E DP FPCT
2010 Mia 98 RF 97 854 219 233 10 4 1 .983
2011 Mia 142 RF 140 1219 280 296 10 6 2 .980
2011 Mia 1 CF 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 1.000
2012 Mia 117 RF 116 1034 257 270 6 7 1 .974
2013 Mia 116 RF 116 1031 233 248 7 8 0 .968
2014 Mia 143 RF 142 1262 319 332 7 6 1 .982
Totals 617 RF 611 5402 1310 1381 40 31 5 .978