Giancarlo Stanton and the Marlins are expected to make some noise in the National League East after a busy and productive winter. “I think they’ll make the playoffs.” “I don’t think they make the playoffs.” What do you think? Watch 120Sports.com to see what they think of Miami’s chances.
Giancarlo Stanton, right fielder for the Miami Marlins, was on pace for the National League Most Valuable Player award in 2014. Then he suffered a facial injury as a result of being hit by a baseball and the team fell out of wild card contention, opening the door for Clayton Kershaw, starting pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers to win the award. The coming season presents another, and even more likely, chance for Stanton to finish what he started.
Stanton has fully recovered from his injury and should have full confidence at the plate despite his injury. He is wearing a new custom-fit batting helmet that protects his face. His confidence in the team around him should also be boosted after signing the largest contract in professional sports history and Miami made several off-season moves to improve the roster.
The tablesetters for Stanton have improved for 2015…
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