Fish Stripes "When the Marlins signed Giancarlo Stanton to a 13-year deal, they deemed him one of the faces of the franchise. Jose Fernandez, then and now, was the other. Miami attempted to sign Fernandez to a long-term deal shortly after extending Stanton, but Fernandez reportedly declined the offers. He is..." June 08
Yahoo! Sports "Wednesday night, right fielder Giancarlo Stanton returned to the Miami Marlins lineup after a seven-game absence. He'd been out due to soreness in his right side, which he's been dealing with since the end of May. In his first game back, against the Pittsburgh Pirates, Stanton went 0-for-3 with..." June 02
CBS Sports "Marlins cloutsman Giancarlo Stanton is not having a characteristic season in 2016. After Sunday's loss to Max Scherzer and the Nationals (WAS 8, MIA 2), Stanton is now batting .211/.324/.469. Thanks to Stanton's secondary skills, those aren't bad numbers at the OPS level. However, they are..." May 23
MLB.com "Mired in one of the worst slumps of his career, Giancarlo Stanton got some early work in on Friday afternoon. For about 45 minutes before the team came out to stretch, the three-time All-Star took batting practice on the field, working closely with hitting coach Barry Bonds and manager Don..." May 21
MLB.com "Over in the NBA, our friends on the hardwood have been marveling at the exploits of Golden State's Steph Curry, who is putting up a season like no one has ever seen. This year, Curry didn't just break the three-point record he'd originally set in 2012-13 and topped in 2014-15, he shattered it..." March 28
CBS Sports "On Wednesday, we learned hitting coach Barry Bonds beat Giancarlo Stanton and other Marlins players in a home run contest, which is fantastic. Even at 51, Barry could probably still hit double-digit homers with a .330-plus on-base percentage. Anyway, Stanton and fellow outfielder Christian..." March 17
Stanton on pace to start for #Marlins on Sunday.
MLB.com "The most impactful everyday player on the Marlins is back. He's bigger and stronger than ever, and most importantly, he's healthy. Giancarlo Stanton, now 26, is fully recovered from the broken left hamate bone that limited him to just 74 games a year ago. When Miami's full-squad workouts get..." February 21