After Stanton's two HR barrage during Monday's night game, Giancarlo joins extremely prestigious company as he gets past the 100 HR milestone.
With Nathan Eovaldi returning from injury, Kevin Slowey will be moved the long relief role in the team's bullpen.
Fathers Day may be behind us, but Stanton still honored his huge milestone with the man who put him on this planet.
In a great series that's happening on one of the other solid Marlins sites, super fan Andy Salgrado describes his ongoing experiences at the MLB Fan Cave.
This link is basically nothing more than Stanton launching moon shots into the left field. Do you need anything more?
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Another great piece by SBNation head baseball writer Rob Neyer about the legal situation with San Jose and the A's.
Projections are often a little off, especially in baseball. What players have most exceeded and fell furthest short of their projected levels?
The "dog days of summer" that most MLB players face in the middle of Summer might not be because of the scorching heat but rather normal exhaustion.
Young pitching will break your heart, unless it becomes the absolute love of your life.
A breakdown on how RA Dickey's knuckleball has changed since his CY Young winning season with the Mets last year.
Short-season baseball kicked with a loss for the new Miami Marlins affiliate, the Batavia Muckdogs. Jake Marisnick and Jake Realmuto smashed a combined four extra-base hits.
The Miami Marlins have a pair of talented rookies among their cast of players, but do Jose Fernandez and Marcell Ozuna have a chance at the Rookie of the Year award?
Nathan Eovaldi flashed excellent stuff in his first start of the year for the Miami Marlins, but the offense failed to punish Randall Delgado, enabling Paul Goldschmidt to hit a walk off home run in the ninth.