Giancarlo Stanton is likely out the the remainder of the season. Stanton has been sidelined as a result of a hand injury, and according to Clark Spencer of The Miami Herald, an abnormal amount of scar tissue could prevent his return in 2015.
Stanton hasn’t taken batting practice since Monday in New York and doesn’t expect to step back in the cage again until Saturday at the earliest.
He said doctors in New York told him "the strength’s not there. Don’t overdo it. Do what’s manageable."
Miami is thriving in September. The club's success might affect the organization's offseason strategy moving forward.
Dan Jennings has enjoyed his time as Miami's manager. But he will likely return to the front office at the end of the season.
Kendry Flores was named one of the Marlins' prospects of the year.
The Marlins surprised Christian Yelich with his Saturday Night Live lookalike when the club was in New York.
J.T. Realmuto continues to thrive offensively for the Marlins.
Miami is expected to tender Henderson Alvarez by December.
Owner Jeffrey Loria is reportedly disappointed in Marcell Ozuna and is "very open" to trading him this winter.
Around the League
Toronto has a three and a half game lead on New York after a win on Thursday night.
Jung Ho Kang is now out for the season as a result of a knee injury.
Oakland is set to promote Billy Beane.
Josh Johnson is preparing for his third Tommy John surgery.
At Fish Stripes
The 25-year old has been on the disabled list with a shoulder injury.
Jose Fernandez has barely been around and yet somehow he is closing in on being one of the best pitchers in Marlins history already.
When you start as slow as Christian Yelich did, it is easy to let it slip past that he is actually having a decent 2015 season.
The Marlins have already made several changes. But there are plenty of reasons to believe they will help the organization moving forward.
Eight strong innings in a September games puts Tom Koehler in a good position to remain with the club and fight for a rotation spot in 2016.
Ozuna is a candidate to be moved this offseason. But his teammates don't want to see him traded.
The third baseman had rumors swirling about him at the trade deadline, but he has essentially delivered his expected average play in 2015.
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