|Oct. 1 5:29 PM PT6:29 PM MT7:29 PM CT8:29 PM ET20:29 ET0:29 GMT8:29 5:29 PM MST7:29 PM EST7:59 PM VEN4:29 UAE (+1)7:29 PM CT-Stanton was out of the starting lineup Saturday, and will be on Sunday, too, manager Don Mattingly said, to make sure the slugger does not enter the offseason hurt.
Analysis: Stanton was sidelined with a groin injury into September. "He may get an at-bat, a pinch-hit, or something like that. He still wasn't playing at 100 percent," Mattingly explained, "and once the games were meaningless, it's harder to take a chance on him having to rehab during the winter."
|Sep. 22 9:06 PM PT10:06 PM MT11:06 PM CT12:06 AM ET0:06 ET4:06 GMT12:06 9:06 PM MST11:06 PM EST11:36 PM VEN8:06 UAE11:06 PM CT-Stanton was held out of the lineup Wednesday after starting and homering in the last two games.
Analysis: ''Medical says he felt he needed a day so we gave a day,'' Marlins manager Don Mattingly said.
|Sep. 20 6:32 PM PT7:32 PM MT8:32 PM CT9:32 PM ET21:32 ET1:32 GMT9:32 6:32 PM MST8:32 PM EST9:02 PM VEN5:32 UAE (+1)8:32 PM CT-Stanton's second homer in as many games helped back Jose Fernandez on Tuesday as the Marlins beat the Nationals 1-0.
Analysis: Stanton started in right field in back-to-back games for the first time since coming back from a groin injury Sept 6. He's 3 for 11 with those two homers and three RBIs in nine contests since returning.
|Sep. 19 7:25 PM PT8:25 PM MT9:25 PM CT10:25 PM ET22:25 ET2:25 GMT10:25 7:25 PM MST9:25 PM EST9:55 PM VEN6:25 UAE (+1)9:25 PM CT-Stanton hit his 26th homer Monday.
Analysis: It was his first homer since he injured his groin Aug. 13, and he started for just the second time since returning from the injury Sept 6.
|Sep. 17 10:00 PM PT11:00 PM MT12:00 AM CT1:00 AM ET1:00 ET5:00 GMT13:00 10:00 PM MST12:00 AM EST12:30 AM VEN9:00 UAE12:00 AM CT-Stanton made his first start since returning from a groin injury in Friday's loss at Philadelphia.
Analysis: The star outfielder entered the game with five pinch-hitting appearances following his activation from the disabled list last week. Stanton went 0 for 2 with a pair of walks before being removed in the sixth inning as the Marlins continue to bring him along slowly.
|Sep. 13 10:23 AM PT11:23 AM MT12:23 PM CT1:23 PM ET13:23 ET17:23 GMT1:23 10:23 AM MST12:23 PM EST12:53 PM VEN21:23 UAE12:23 PM CT-Manager Don Mattingly said Stanton (left groin strain) is getting closer to returning to the lineup, but had no immediate timetable.
Analysis: Stanton rejoined the team Sept. 6 after a three-week stay on the disabled list and is 1 for 3 as a pinch-hitter.
|Aug. 14 9:06 AM PT10:06 AM MT11:06 AM CT12:06 PM ET12:06 ET16:06 GMT0:06 9:06 AM MST11:06 AM EST11:36 AM VEN20:06 UAE11:06 AM CT-The Marlins reinstated Stanton from the disabled list Tuesday, barely three weeks after his season was thought to be over because of a badly strained groin. Marlins manager Don Mattingly says Stanton - batting .246 with 25 homers and 70 RBIs - will only be a pinch-hitter for now.
Analysis: Stanton made the most of his return Tuesday, getting a sharp pinch-hit single in the fifth inning. He was then removed for a pinch-runner, after trotting to first easily.
|Aug. 14 9:51 PM PT10:51 PM MT11:51 PM CT12:51 AM ET0:51 ET4:51 GMT12:51 9:51 PM MST11:51 PM EST12:21 AM VEN8:51 UAE11:51 PM CT-Stanton singled with two out in the ninth Saturday but was an easy out trying to stretch the hit into a double. He stumbled and fell approaching second base, was slow to rise and limped off the field in the Marlins' 8-7 loss to the White Sox.
Analysis: Stanton finished 3 for 5 with a homer. He's only hitting .244 but any long-term absence would severely damage the Marlins' playoff chances.
|Aug. 10 1:57 PM PT2:57 PM MT3:57 PM CT4:57 PM ET16:57 ET20:57 GMT4:57 1:57 PM MST3:57 PM EST4:27 PM VEN0:57 UAE (+1)3:57 PM CT-Stanton, nursing a sore right hip, pinch-hit Wednesday with two on in the fifth and flied out to end the inning.
Analysis: Manager Don Mattingly said he hopes Stanton will be able to return to the starting lineup for the Marlins' next game Friday.
|Aug. 10 10:36 PM PT11:36 PM MT12:36 AM CT1:36 AM ET1:36 ET5:36 GMT13:36 10:36 PM MST12:36 AM EST1:06 AM VEN9:36 UAE12:36 AM CT-Stanton left Tuesday's game in the eighth inning with soreness in his right hip area after making a sliding catch in Monday's game.
Analysis: Stanton will not play Wednesday in what was already a scheduled day off for him before the injury. ''He thought he was going to be able to get through the game today, but I think he's all right,'' Mattingly said.
|Aug. 8 9:33 AM PT10:33 AM MT11:33 AM CT12:33 PM ET12:33 ET16:33 GMT0:33 9:33 AM MST11:33 AM EST12:03 PM VEN20:33 UAE11:33 AM CT-Stanton hit his 24th homer in Sunday's 10-7 win over the Rockies.
Analysis: Stanton homered in each of the last two games at Coors Field and now the Marlins head home to face the Giants. Stanton is batting .361 with five home runs in 10 games versus San Francisco at Marlins Park and is 5 for 13 with two homers against Johnny Cueto, Monday's scheduled starter.
|Aug. 7 7:11 AM PT8:11 AM MT9:11 AM CT10:11 AM ET10:11 ET14:11 GMT22:11 7:11 AM MST9:11 AM EST9:41 AM VEN18:11 UAE9:11 AM CT-Stanton hit a homer an estimated 504 feet for Miami at Coors Field on Saturday.
Analysis: It was the longest homer in the majors this season and the longest in the 22-year history of Coors Field. The previous mark was 496 feet by Hall of Fame catcher Mike Piazza on Sept. 26, 1997 off Darren Holmes. Holmes is the bullpen coach for Colorado now. It was Stanton's 23rd homer this season. He also hit one measured at 494 feet in Coors Field on Aug. 17, 2012.
|Aug. 6 10:24 AM PT11:24 AM MT12:24 PM CT1:24 PM ET13:24 ET17:24 GMT1:24 10:24 AM MST12:24 PM EST12:54 PM VEN21:24 UAE12:24 PM CT-Stanton had an RBI double for his only hit in five at-bats in Friday's win in Colorado.
Analysis: Stanton has failed to homer in eight straight games while batting .200 with two RBIs. However, he's a career .319 hitter at Coors Field with eight homers and 20 RBIs in 18 games.
|Aug. 1 9:37 AM PT10:37 AM MT11:37 AM CT12:37 PM ET12:37 ET16:37 GMT0:37 9:37 AM MST11:37 AM EST12:07 PM VEN20:37 UAE11:37 AM CT-Stanton doubled and scored two runs in Sunday's win over the Cardinals.
Analysis: The Marlins open a series Monday at Wrigley Field, and Stanton is 0 for 3 with three strikeouts and two walks lifetime against scheduled starter Kyle Hendricks. He is 7 for 18 with a homer and two doubles versus Jason Hammel, the Cubs' scheduled starter for Tuesday. The slugger has five homers in his last 10 games against Chicago, but all of those games were played in Miami.
|July 28 9:15 AM PT10:15 AM MT11:15 AM CT12:15 PM ET12:15 ET16:15 GMT0:15 9:15 AM MST11:15 AM EST11:45 AM VEN20:15 UAE11:15 AM CT-Stanton hit his 22nd home run, a two-run shot, and singled in Wednesday's 11-1 win over the Phillies.
Analysis: Stanton is 9 for 20 with two homers and seven RBIs in his last five games. Miami next plays four games against St. Louis, a team against which Stanton has a .500 OBP in his last 10 games with four homers.
|July 26 7:26 PM PT8:26 PM MT9:26 PM CT10:26 PM ET22:26 ET2:26 GMT10:26 7:26 PM MST9:26 PM EST9:56 PM VEN6:26 UAE (+1)9:26 PM CT-Stanton went 2 for 4 with two RBIs and a run scored in Tuesday's 5-0 win over the Phillies.
Analysis: Stanton is 7 for 15 with five RBIs in his last four games.
|July 24 9:15 PM PT10:15 PM MT11:15 PM CT12:15 AM ET0:15 ET4:15 GMT12:15 9:15 PM MST11:15 PM EST11:45 PM VEN8:15 UAE11:15 PM CT-Stanton homered and had his first four-hit game since 2012, driving in three runs to help the Miami Marlins beat the New York Mets 7-2.
Analysis: He went 4 for 24 in his previous six contests.
|July 18 10:07 AM PT11:07 AM MT12:07 PM CT1:07 PM ET13:07 ET17:07 GMT1:07 10:07 AM MST12:07 PM EST12:37 PM VEN21:07 UAE12:07 PM CT-Stanton had a pair of doubles and drove in a run in the Marlins' 6-3 victory over the Cardinals on Sunday.
Analysis: Stanton is batting .414 with five homers, four doubles and 12 RBIs in his last eight games but is just 1 for 18 with 12 strikeouts against the Phillies this season. Miami opens a four-game series at Philadelphia on Monday.
|July 16 9:41 PM PT10:41 PM MT11:41 PM CT12:41 AM ET0:41 ET4:41 GMT12:41 9:41 PM MST11:41 PM EST12:11 AM VEN8:41 UAE11:41 PM CT-Stanton had two hits Friday.
Analysis: He is 12 for 30 with 11 RBIs in eight games.
|July 11 8:02 PM PT9:02 PM MT10:02 PM CT11:02 PM ET23:02 ET3:02 GMT11:02 8:02 PM MST10:02 PM EST10:32 PM VEN7:02 UAE (+1)10:02 PM CT-Stanton dethroned defending champ Todd Frazier to win the All-Star Home Run Derby on Monday.
Analysis: Stanton hit a record 61 homers in three rounds, including a shot estimated at 497 feet. Stanton, a three-time All-Star who is not on the NL roster for Tuesday's game, belted 20 home runs in the final round, including two off the third level of the Western Metal Supply Co. Building brick warehouse in the left-field corner. Two more landed just under the scoreboard in left.
|July 10 4:44 PM PT5:44 PM MT6:44 PM CT7:44 PM ET19:44 ET23:44 GMT7:44 4:44 PM MST6:44 PM EST7:14 PM VEN3:44 UAE (+1)6:44 PM CT-Stanton homered in Sunday's 7-3 win over the Reds.
Analysis: The $325 million slugger ended a slump-marred first half of the season on a bit of a roll. Stanton was batting .193 on June 15 but has hit .329 with eight homers and 21 RBIs over a 21-game stretch to raise his average to .233.
|July 8 6:48 PM PT7:48 PM MT8:48 PM CT9:48 PM ET21:48 ET1:48 GMT9:48 6:48 PM MST8:48 PM EST9:18 PM VEN5:48 UAE (+1)8:48 PM CT-Stanton went 1 for 3 with a double Friday.
Analysis: Since seeing his average sit at .193 on June 15, Stanton has batted .338 with seven homers and 18 RBIs in 19 games.
|July 6 5:52 PM PT6:52 PM MT7:52 PM CT8:52 PM ET20:52 ET0:52 GMT8:52 5:52 PM MST7:52 PM EST8:22 PM VEN4:52 UAE (+1)7:52 PM CT-Stanton recorded his second straight two-homer game in Wednesday's loss to the Mets.
Analysis: Less than 24 hours after delivering a three-run homer and a two-run shot in Tuesday's 5-2 win at Citi Field, Stanton had a pair of solo blasts in the series finale. The Miami slugger finally appears to have put his early-season struggles behind, as he's batting .338 with seven homers and 18 RBIs over an 18-game stretch that's raised his average from .193 to .231.
|July 5 6:57 PM PT7:57 PM MT8:57 PM CT9:57 PM ET21:57 ET1:57 GMT9:57 6:57 PM MST8:57 PM EST9:27 PM VEN5:57 UAE (+1)8:57 PM CT-Stanton went 3 for 4 with a two-run homer and three-run shot to match his career high with five RBIs in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Mets.
Analysis: Stanton is batting .324 with five homers and 16 RBIs in his last 17 games. On Wednesday, he'll face Jacob deGrom, against whom he is 2 for 10 with four strikeouts.
|June 28 7:41 PM PT8:41 PM MT9:41 PM CT10:41 PM ET22:41 ET2:41 GMT10:41 7:41 PM MST9:41 PM EST10:11 PM VEN6:41 UAE (+1)9:41 PM CT-Stanton had three hits - including a two-run homer - and drove in three runs for Miami in Tuesday's loss to Detroit.
Analysis: Stanton is batting .400 with three homers and 11 RBIs over his last 10 games, raising his average 35 points to .228.
|June 25 5:00 PM PT6:00 PM MT7:00 PM CT8:00 PM ET20:00 ET0:00 GMT8:00 5:00 PM MST7:00 PM EST7:30 PM VEN4:00 UAE (+1)7:00 PM CT-Stanton had two hits and drove in three runs in Miami's 9-6 win over the Cubs on Saturday.
Analysis: Stanton has gone 12 for 31 with eight RBIs and eight runs in his last eight games, raising his average 26 points to .219. In Sunday's finale, he'll face Jason Hammel, against whom he is 6 for 15 with a homer and double.
|June 24 10:03 AM PT11:03 AM MT12:03 PM CT1:03 PM ET13:03 ET17:03 GMT1:03 10:03 AM MST12:03 PM EST12:33 PM VEN21:03 UAE12:03 PM CT-Stanton homered in the fourth inning and singled home the go-ahead run with two outs in the eighth, helping the Miami Marlins send the Chicago Cubs to their fourth consecutive defeat, 4-2.
Analysis: Stanton's two hits hiked his average to a still-woeful .216, and he has been even worse in clutch situations. One win made the $325 million slugger feel only slightly better about his season.
|June 20 8:05 PM PT9:05 PM MT10:05 PM CT11:05 PM ET23:05 ET3:05 GMT11:05 8:05 PM MST10:05 PM EST10:35 PM VEN7:05 UAE (+1)10:05 PM CT-Stanton homered for the first time in 16 games Monday.
Analysis: Stanton is 8 for 16 in his last four games.
|June 17 7:22 PM PT8:22 PM MT9:22 PM CT10:22 PM ET22:22 ET2:22 GMT10:22 7:22 PM MST9:22 PM EST9:52 PM VEN6:22 UAE (+1)9:22 PM CT-Stanton had a pair of singles and two RBIs in the Marlins' 5-1 win over the Rockies on Friday.
Analysis: Stanton's two-run single in the seventh give him his first multiple-RBI game since May 6. It was also just his second two-hit game since May 13.
|June 14 10:32 AM PT11:32 AM MT12:32 PM CT1:32 PM ET13:32 ET17:32 GMT1:32 10:32 AM MST12:32 PM EST1:02 PM VEN21:32 UAE12:32 PM CT-Marlins manager Don Mattingly gave the struggling Stanton a 'rest' day Monday.
Analysis: Stanton is not completely over the sore right side which kept him sidelined for the final week of May. He's batting .103 with no homers in 10 games since returning.
|June 9 9:51 AM PT10:51 AM MT11:51 AM CT12:51 PM ET12:51 ET16:51 GMT0:51 9:51 AM MST11:51 AM EST12:21 PM VEN20:51 UAE11:51 AM CT-The slumping Stanton went 2 for 5 with an RBI in the Marlins' 7-5 loss to the Twins.
Analysis: Stanton, who had been hitless in his previous three games, recorded his first multihit game since May 13. Since that day, however, he's batting .121.
|June 8 9:15 PM PT10:15 PM MT11:15 PM CT12:15 AM ET0:15 ET4:15 GMT12:15 9:15 PM MST11:15 PM EST11:45 PM VEN8:15 UAE11:15 PM CT-Stanton went 0 for 5 on Tuesday.
Analysis: Stanton is 1 for 19 in five June games, dropping the three-time All-Star's batting average to .197.
|May 25 4:07 PM PT5:07 PM MT6:07 PM CT7:07 PM ET19:07 ET23:07 GMT7:07 4:07 PM MST6:07 PM EST6:37 PM VEN3:07 UAE (+1)6:07 PM CT-Stanton is in the starting lineup for Wednesday night's game against the Pittsburgh Pirates after missing the last seven games with right side soreness.
Analysis: Stanton is fifth in the batting order for the first time all season. Marcell Ozuna is batting in Stanton's usual cleanup spot. Ozuna and Stanton collided in the outfield during a May 15 win over Washington. Stanton is hitting .214 with a team-high 12 home runs and 26 RBIs in 43 games.
|May 7 4:19 PM PT5:19 PM MT6:19 PM CT7:19 PM ET19:19 ET23:19 GMT7:19 4:19 PM MST6:19 PM EST6:49 PM VEN3:19 UAE (+1)6:19 PM CT-Stanton hit a tiebreaking two-run homer in the eighth inning to lift the Miami Marlins to a 6-4 win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Friday night.
Analysis: The drive reportedly traveled between 475-490 feet for one of the longest homers in Marlins Park history. Stanton has seven of his 10 homers in his last 11 games and is batting .395 with 14 RBIs.
|Apr. 27 12:50 PM PT1:50 PM MT2:50 PM CT3:50 PM ET15:50 ET19:50 GMT3:50 12:50 PM MST2:50 PM EST3:20 PM VEN23:50 UAE2:50 PM CT-Stanton homered for the third consecutive game Tuesday night in a 6-3 victory against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Analysis: Stanton has matched his home run output from his first 15 games.
|Apr. 26 12:00 PM PT1:00 PM MT2:00 PM CT3:00 PM ET15:00 ET19:00 GMT3:00 12:00 PM MST2:00 PM EST2:30 PM VEN23:00 UAE2:00 PM CT-Stanton went 2 for 3 with a jack on Monday.
Analysis: Stanton has five dingers, with two over consecutive games so he has found his power stroke.
|Apr. 25 12:28 PM PT1:28 PM MT2:28 PM CT3:28 PM ET15:28 ET19:28 GMT3:28 12:28 PM MST2:28 PM EST2:58 PM VEN23:28 UAE2:28 PM CT-Stanton went 3 for 4 with a jack on Sunday.
Analysis: Stanton entered in a pathetic 0-for-12 slide. "Anyone can have a day,' Stanton said. "I've got to put it together a few times in a row before you want to talk about a relief."
|Apr. 19 3:01 PM PT4:01 PM MT5:01 PM CT6:01 PM ET18:01 ET22:01 GMT6:01 3:01 PM MST5:01 PM EST5:31 PM VEN2:01 UAE (+1)5:01 PM CT-Stanton went 2 for 3 and hit his third home run on Monday.
Analysis: The homer was a solo shot and he added a run-scoring single. He has 10 RBIs through 11 games.
|Apr. 6 3:02 PM PT4:02 PM MT5:02 PM CT6:02 PM ET18:02 ET22:02 GMT6:02 3:02 PM MST5:02 PM EST5:32 PM VEN2:02 UAE (+1)5:02 PM CT-Stanton hit a two-run homer in Tuesday's 11-inning loss to Detroit.
Analysis: It's a good sign for Stanton, who has been battling injuries in recent years.
|Mar. 7 12:48 PM PT1:48 PM MT2:48 PM CT3:48 PM ET15:48 ET20:48 GMT4:48 1:48 PM MST3:48 PM EST4:18 PM VEN0:48 UAE (+1)2:48 PM CT-Stanton missed Monday's exhibition game against Washington because of a sore right knee and visited team physician Dr. Lee Kaplan. "We want to make sure everything's good. Right now, it's just soreness and rest. We'll see how he reports tomorrow and how he feels," Miami Marlins president of baseball operations Mike Hill said.
Analysis: Stanton had arthroscopic surgery to remove bone chips in his right knee in 2012. Hill said the Marlins first became aware of Stanton's knee soreness when he came in for his workout on Sunday while the team was at Lakeland. Hill said there are no plans for Stanton to have an MRI, though that likely would change if the soreness persists. Stanton agreed to a record $325 million, 13-year contract with Miami in 2014.
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