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Giancarlo Stanton injury: Marlins will consider every option

No, A-Rod doesn’t make a ton of sense here.

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Miami placed outfielder Giancarlo Stanton on the 15-day disabled list Sunday morning, and President of Baseball Operations Michael Hill told reporters Stanton is likely out for the season with a grade three groin strain.

The Marlins evaluated Stanton and felt he might have suffered a groin injury. Stanton underwent an MRI, and Mattingly said Sunday the results appeared "pretty serious."

Stanton, 26, was batting .244/.329/.496 with 25 home runs and 70 RBIs before going down.

As the Marlins move forward, they are considering every potential option:

Stanton has had difficulty remaining healthy as seasons progress:

This might be enough to end Miami’s chance to earn a playoff spot:

Look at this:

A bit of foreshadowing here?

Here’s everything the man in charge knows:

Yeah, A-Rod replacing Stanton doesn’t really make sense:

Miami is still in contention, though:

That’s a lot of home runs on accident:

Is there still a chance?