Giancarlo Stanton

Giancarlo Stanton #27

  • RF
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 6"/240
  • Age: 25

Giancarlo Stanton Stats

.265 27 67 4 .952

Giancarlo Stanton MLB Career Stats

.270 181 466 34 .909

Giancarlo Stanton Bio

  • Full Name: Giancarlo Cruz-Michael Stanton
  • Pronunciation: Zhon-car-lo
  • Nickname: Mikey/Bigfoot
  • Born: 11/8/1989 in Panorama, CA
  • Draft: 2007, Florida Marlins, 2nd rd. (76th overall)
  • High School: Notre Dame, Sherman Oaks, CA
  • Debut: June 8, 2010
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2015 Stats 279 47 74 27 67 4 .265 .346 .952
MLB Career Stats 2567 397 693 181 466 34 .270 .362 .909
  • Status: Disabled 15-Day

Giancarlo Stanton 2015 Splits

Last 7 Games 26 3 7 2 4 2 9 0 .269 .321 .500
Last 15 Games 55 9 19 6 16 5 13 0 .345 .410 .709
Last 30 Games 112 21 36 15 27 11 36 1 .321 .387 .777
Last 7 Games
Last 15 Games
Last 30 Games
Last 3 Games AB R H HR RBI BB SO SB
6/24 vs STL 4 1 3 1 1 0 1 0
6/25 vs STL 3 0 1 0 0 1 1 0
6/26 vs LAD 4 0 0 0 0 0 3 0
Last 3 Games
6/24 vs STL
6/25 vs STL
6/26 vs LAD
2015 Games by Position: RF (71)

Giancarlo Stanton Statcast Averages

Year Team LG PA HIP Avg Launch Speed (mph) Avg Distance (feet) Avg Gen Velocity (mph) Avg Launch Angle (deg) Avg Height (feet)
2015 Marlins NL 318 150 98.86 254.12 9.60 11.99 46.83
MLB Avg - - - - 89.28 211.67 0.42 9.00 33.43


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Giancarlo Stanton 2015 Projections

Rest of Season
0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000 .000
74 280 47 74 169 12 1 27 67 34 6 95 4 2 .264 .345 .604 .948
Rest of Season

Giancarlo Stanton News

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September 29, 2015 at 6:44 PM ET

Stanton ruled out for season

Giancarlo Stanton's left hand never reached the point where the All-Star felt he could get back in the lineup, so on Tuesday, the Marlins made it official that the 25-year-old right fielder has been shut down for the remainder of the season.

September 25, 2015 at 11:07 PM ET

Capps shut down, Stanton decision coming

The 20 pitches Carter Capps threw on Thursday in a simulated game will end up being the final tosses by the right-hander this year. Capps is still experiencing discomfort, the Marlins have decided to shut down the 25-year-old.


Giancarlo Stanton Awards

NL All-Star

Year Team League
2012 Miami NL
2014 Miami NL
2015 Miami NL

NL Silver Slugger

Year Team League
2014 Miami NL

Wilson Team Defensive Player of the Year

Year Team League
2012 Miami NL

Home Run Derby Participant

Year Team League
2014 Miami NL

NL Hank Aaron Award

Year Team League
2014 Miami NL

NL Player of the Month

Month Team League
05/2012 Miami NL
06/2015 Miami NL

NL Player of the Week

Week Team League
08/16/2010 Florida NL
08/27/2012 Miami NL
06/15/2015 Miami NL

Walk-Off of the Year (GIBBYs)

Year Team League
2013 Miami NL

MLB Players Choice NL Outstanding Player

Year Team League
2014 Miami NL

Futures Game Selection

Year Team League
2009 Jacksonville SOU

Baseball America Minor League All-Star

Year Team League
2008 Greensboro SAL Organization All-Star

Year Team League
2010 Florida NL Class A Offensive Player of the Year

Year Team League
2008 Greensboro SAL

Baseball America High Class A All-Star

Year Team League
2008 Greensboro SAL

SOU Player of the Week

Week Team League
05/03/2010 Jacksonville SOU

FSL Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2009 Jupiter FSL

SAL Player of the Week

Week Team League
06/23/2008 Greensboro SAL
09/01/2008 Greensboro SAL

SAL Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2008 Greensboro SAL

Giancarlo Stanton Leaderboards

Batting Average

Season AVG Rank
2014 .288 17th in NL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2011 34 5th in NL
2012 37 2nd in NL
2013 24 11th in NL
2014 37 1st in NL

Runs Batted In

Season RBI Rank
2011 87 18th in NL
2012 86 21st in NL
2014 105 2nd in NL

On-base Plus Slugging

Season OPS Rank
2011 .893 12th in NL
2013 .845 12th in NL
2014 .950 2nd in NL

On-base Percentage

Season OBP Rank
2011 .356 22nd in NL
2013 .365 13th in NL
2014 .395 2nd in NL

Slugging Percentage

Season SLG Rank
2011 .537 8th in NL
2012 .608 1st in NL
2013 .480 17th in NL
2014 .555 1st in NL

Runs Scored

Season R Rank
2014 89 10th in NL


Season BB Rank
2011 70 13th in NL
2013 74 8th in NL
2014 94 2nd in NL


Season 3B Rank
2011 5 21st in NL

Plate Appearances

Season PA Rank
2014 638 24th in NL

Total Bases

Season TB Rank
2011 277 13th in NL
2012 273 17th in NL
2014 299 1st in NL


Season SO Rank
2011 166 3rd in NL
2012 143 14th in NL
2013 140 11th in NL
2014 170 6th in NL

Hit by Pitch

Season HBP Rank
2011 9 12th in NL

Giancarlo Stanton Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
September 1, 2015 Miami Marlins sent OF Giancarlo Stanton on a rehab assignment to Jupiter Hammerheads.
June 27, 2015 Miami Marlins placed RF Giancarlo Stanton on the 15-day disabled list. Broken left hand
June 10, 2013 Miami Marlins activated RF Giancarlo Stanton from the 15-day disabled list.
June 4, 2013 Miami Marlins sent RF Giancarlo Stanton on a rehab assignment to Jupiter Hammerheads.
June 4, 2013 Giancarlo Stanton roster status changed by Jupiter Hammerheads.
June 4, 2013 Giancarlo Stanton roster status changed by Jupiter Hammerheads.
April 30, 2013 Miami Marlins placed RF Giancarlo Stanton on the 15-day disabled list. Right hamstring strain.
August 7, 2012 Miami Marlins activated RF Giancarlo Stanton from the 15-day disabled list.
August 2, 2012 sent OF Giancarlo Stanton on a rehab assignment to Jupiter Hammerheads.
July 13, 2012 Giancarlo Stanton roster status changed by Miami Marlins.
July 8, 2012 Miami Marlins placed RF Giancarlo Stanton on the 15-day disabled list.
June 8, 2010 Florida Marlins selected the contract of RF Giancarlo Stanton from Jacksonville Suns.
February 8, 2010 Florida Marlins invited non-roster RF Giancarlo Stanton to spring training.
June 5, 2009 Giancarlo Stanton assigned to Jacksonville Suns from Jupiter Hammerheads.
April 8, 2009 Jupiter Hammerheads signed Giancarlo Stanton.

Giancarlo Cruz-Michael Stanton Bio Info

Giancarlo (zhon-carlo) Cruz-Michael Stanton...graduated from Notre Dame HS (CA) in 2007...earned All-Southern Section honors in football, basketball and baseball in his senior season...was named 2007 Cal-Hi Sports Boys State Athlete of the Year.


The runner-up for the National League MVP award was also named to second Na-tional League All-Star Team, earned ?rst career Hank Aaron Award for NL (most outstanding offensive player), ?rst career Silver Slugger Award for NL out?eld, and ?rst career Players Choice Award for NL Outstanding Player...Was also named Team MVP by South Florida chapter of Baseball Writers Associa-tion of America...Was ?nalist for NL Gold Glove Award for right ?eld...Season ended on September 11 at Milwaukee after being hit by pitch in face; suf-fered facial lacerations, small fractures and dental damage...At time of injury, led NL in HR (37), RBI (105), TB (299), XBH (69), SLG (.555), BB (94) and IBB (24); also, was third in OBP (.395) and 17th in AVG with RISP (.316)...Still ?nished season leading NL in HR, TB, SLG, and IBB; tied for ?rst in XBH; second in RBI, BB and OBP...Was first Marlin to ever lead NL in home runs, and his 24 home runs at home were the most in Club history...On Sept. 8 at Milwaukee, tied Dan Uggla for most HR in Club history (154), and also tied career high for a single season (37 in 2012). The two 37-homer campaigns are tied for second-most in a season in Club history, behind Gary Shef?eld (42 in 1996)...Only second Marlin to have three seasons with 25-plus HR before age of 25, joining Miguel Cabrera, who had four (2004-2007)...Finished tied with Matt Holliday for ?rst in NL in go-ahead RBI (31), according to STATS LLC...According to STATS LLC, had career-high 13 GW RBI (formerly 11 in 2011)...On August 19 vs. Texas, recorded ?fth career walk-off hit, second of 2014 (?rst sea-son with multiple walk-off hits)...On Aug. 11 vs. St. Louis, recorded 13th multi-homer game of career, setting new Club record for such games (formerly 12, Hanley Ramirez)...Among active players, had second-most multi-HR games before age 25 (Alex Ro-driguez, 14)...Tied Jose Abreu and Adam Jones for most ?rst-inning HR in MLB (12); fell two short of Club record for such HR, according to STATS LLC (Gary Shef?eld, 14 in 1996)...Had second-most IBB in Club history, behind Miguel Cabrera (27 in 2006)...Had 100 hits prior to All-Star break for ?rst time in career (104); with Casey McGehee (115), ?rst Marlin teammates to do so since 2008 (Ramirez, Jorge Cantu)...21 HR prior to All-Star break tied for ?fth-most in Club history, and were most since Hanley Ramirez and Dan Uggla in 2008 (23 each)...According to Elias, was ?rst player since GW RBI were first compiled in 1980 to record six GW RBI in team's ?rst seven wins of season...Had an RBI in ?rst seven games, tying Cliff Floyd (2001) for second-longest streak in Club history (10, Jorge Cantu in 2010). -STATS LLC...Had 12 RBI in those seven games, tying Club record for most RBI through team's ?rst seven games (Jorge Cantu in 2010, Mike Lowell in 2001)...On April 18 vs. Seattle, hit second career walk-off grand slam, ?fth in Club history. Was ?fth career GS, one shy of tying Jeff Conine for Club record...Was issued IBB in all three games of series vs. Seattle, marking just second time in Club history a player received IBB in every contest of a series of three-or-more games, joining Carlos Delgado (three-game series vs. Mets in Sept. 2005). -Elias..Had 31 RBI prior to May 1, establishing new Club record. Was ?fth-most RBI prior to May 1 in NL history, behind Mark McGwire (36 in 1998), Vinny Castilla (33 in 1998), Barry Bonds (32 in 1996) and Albert Pujols (32 in 2006). - STATS LLC..Set new career high with 17-game hitting streak from April 29 to May 15, batting .417 (25x60) with 5 2b, 4 HR, 13 RBI, .514 OBP and .700 SLG...On May 20 vs. Philadelphia, scored three runs without a hit, just eighth time in Club history a player accomplished that feat...On May 30 vs. Atlanta, became fastest player to 50 RBI in Club history (54 games), beating Mike Lowell's record of 57 games in 2001..On June 28 vs. Oakland, became just fourth player in Club history with 20+ HR, 60+ RBI prior to break, joining Mike Lowell (28/76 in 2003), Cliff Floyd (21/70 in 2001) and Gary Sheffield (25/62 in 1996).


Led team in home runs, RBI, walks, slugging and game-winning RBI (10)... Hit two home runs on June 17 at Arizona, giving him 100 for his career... Was fastest player in Club history to reach that mark (400 G), ahead of Dan Uggla (509)... Was also ninth-fastest to 100 homers in MLB history, according to STATS LLC and SABR. Ryan Howard holds the record (325). At 23 years, 221 days, he was 11th youngest player to reach century mark. Mel Ott was youngest (22.132)... Spent April 30-June 10 on 15-day disabled list with strained right hamstring... Hit .302 (61x202) in 57 games at Marlins Park, compared to .202 (45x223) in 59 games on road. That was the largest drop-off from home to road games in the Majors, according to STATS LLC... Of his 24 home runs, 15 came at home, tied with Carlos Gomez and Will Venable for fifth-most in NL... Set new career high for walks, with 74 in 116 games. Former high was 70 in 2011, in 150 games... His PA/BB ratio was 6.81, a career-best, ahead of 8.59 in 2011... On September 14, had third multi-homer game of season, and ninth of career; seven of those games have been on road.

2012 Was second in National League in home runs, trailing only Ryan Braun (41); it was seventh-highest total in Majors...Won NL slugging percentage title (.608), after adjustment in accordance with rule 10.22(a); finished year with 501 plate appearances. He was first Marlin to win that award...Was selected to NL All-Star team for first time, and was selected to participate in Home Run Derby contest...Missed both events, however, due to arthroscopic surgery to remove loose bodies from right knee. Missed 25 games from July 8-August 7; during that span, Marlins went 8-17...Also missed nine games in late September due to a strained left intercostal muscle...Finished season with 93 career home runs. Tied Frank Robinson for fifth-most home runs ever by a player before age of 23, behind only Mel Ott (115), Eddie Mathews (112), Tony Conigliaro (104) and Alex Rodriguez (95) - ELiAS...Batted .284 (81-for-285) in 80 games prior to All-Star break, with 19 home runs and 50 RBI. In just 43 games in second half, fell one home run short of matching his first-half production, with 18 round-trippers, and also recorded 36 RBI and a .299 average (49-for-164)...After returning from DL on Aug. 7, tied B.J. Upton for most home runs in Majors, with 18, and had highest slugging percentage (.701), ahead of Adrian Beltre (.677)...Set Club record for second-half home runs, despite playing in just 43 games after All-Star break. Previous record of 17 was held by Gary Sheffield (in 74 games in 1996), Dan Uggla (in 71 games in 2010) and Stanton (in 72 games in 2010)...His 21 homers on road tied Ike Davis for most in NL, and also tied Josh Hamilton for second in Majors, behind Adam Dunn (23)...On an 11-game road trip that took the Marlins to Colorado, Arizona and Los Angeles (NL) from August 16-26, hit eight home runs, setting a new Club record for any road trip (formerly six)...Homered in first three games of a four-game set at Coors Field from August 16-19. That gave him home runs in first six career games at Coors Field. Became first player in ML history to homer in first six games at any park, and first visiting player to homer in six straight games at Coors Field. Fell one game short of the ML record for consecutive games with a home run at one park - ELiAS...Was named NL Player of the Month for May. Finished month with 12 homers, 30 RBI and a .343 batting average. Since 1920, the year runs batted in were compiled on official scores for first time, only one player under age of 23 had that many homers and RBI and a batting average that high in a calendar month: Joe DiMaggio in July 1937 at age of 22 (15 HR, 43 RBI, .430 BA) - ELiAS...His home run and RBI totals in May equaled Club records for that month, while the home run total also tied the Franchise record for any month. He tied Dan Uggla (2008) for the May and monthly record in homers, and tied Miguel Cabrera (2006) for the May RBI record...On May 13 at Marlins Park, hit a walk-off grand slam against Mets to cap a six-run ninth inning in an 8-4 victory. Became third Marlin in Club history to hit a walk-off grand slam, joining Dan Uggla (June 11, 2008 vs. Philadelphia) and Bobby Bonilla (September 16, 1997 vs. Colorado) - ELiAS. 2011 Finished fifth in National League in home runs, eighth in slugging and 18th in RBI...Named Club's Most Valuable Player by South Florida chapter of BBWAA. Led team in extra-base hits (69), home runs, RBI and slugging percentage...On Opening Day, became first player since 1970 to start in fourth spot in batting order prior to his 22nd birthday. That happened twice in 1970, with Johnny Ellis for Yankees and John Mayberry for Astros...Hit second career grand slam in 10th inning on August 1 at Citi Field against Mets, becoming second Marlin to hit a grand slam in extra innings. Also became youngest player in Majors to connect on an extra-inning grand slam in more than 40 years. Was 17 days older than Johnny Bench, who hit an 11th-inning grand slam vs. Montreal on August 13, 1969...Finished season with 56 career homers. In last 40 years, only Ken Griffey Jr. (60) and Alex Rodriguez (56) hit as many home runs prior to turning 22...Had 31 home runs on September 1, tying him with Albert Pujols (2001) for fifth-most homers in a season prior to September by a player younger than 22 in Major League history. Only Eddie Mathews (43, 1953), Frank Robinson (35, 1956), Mel Ott (33, 1929) and Alex Rodriguez (33, 1996) hit more...Had two multi-homer games, giving him four for his career. First came on July 16 at Wrigley Field against the Cubs. Second was at Sun Life Stadium vs. Atlanta on September 19, his first such game at home...Recorded team-leading 11th, and final, game-winning RBI of season with a pinch-hit single in 12th inning on September 12 at Atlanta; was first pinch hit of career (1x7, three walks, one HBP, one RBI). Also gave him team lead in go-ahead RBI, with 21 at the time; finished with 22, which still led team...From August 14-17, tied Club record by homering in four consecutive games...Opened season with a 1x2 performance on April 1, extending career-long hitting streak, which began on September 23, 2010, to 12 games. It ended on April 7 (0x1). 2010 Had contract selected by Marlins on June 8, 2010 and made ML debut that night in Philadelphia, going 3x5 with two runs. At 20 years and 212 days, was secondyoungest player to make debut with Marlins (Miguel Cabrera; 20 years, 63 days)...Became youngest player to get three-or-more hits in ML debut since Danny Ainge, who was 20 years, 65 days old, for Blue Jays on May 21, 1979 (Elias Sports Bureau)...Hit 17 home runs in second half, tying for most post All-Star home runs in Franchise history (Gary Sheffield, 1996)...Hit first career home run on June 18, a grand slam off Matt Garza. Was sixth Marlin in Club history whose first home run was a grand slam...On August 11 at Washington, went 5x5 with two doubles, a home run and four RBI. According to Elias Sports Bureau, became second youngest player (20 years, 276 days) to register five hits and drive in four runs in same game since RBI became an official statistic in 1920. The Cubs' Phil Cavarretta had five hits and four RBI at age of 19 years and 33 days on August 21, 1935. Also from Elias, Stanton is second player in Marlins' history with five hits and four RBI in same game; other was Gary Sheffield on September 17, 1995 at Colorado (five hits; four RBI)...Marked first of two multi-home run games on August 13 at Cincinnati. Was first player not yet 21 years old to hit two-or-more home runs in a game since Miguel Cabrera on April 13, 2004 at Montreal (Elias Sports Bureau)...Second two-HR game was on September 12 at Washington. Pushed season total to 20 and became fourth player since 2000 to reach mark within first 81 games played, joining Albert Pujols, Ryan Braun and Adam Dunn. In addition, no player had hit as many homers in a season in which he made big-league debut in June or later since Kevin Maas slammed 21 home runs for Yankees in 1990 after playing first game in Majors on June 29 (Elias Sports Bureau)...Named NL Player of the Week from August 9-15 after leading Majors in batting. Posted a .583 average (14x24), and also led Majors in doubles (five), hits, slugging percentage (1.292), on-base percentage (.630) and total bases (31). Was tied for ML lead in home runs, with four...On September 30, he and Pedro Alvarez each had five RBI in Marlins' 11-9 win against Pirates. It was only third game since 1920 (when the Major Leagues first officially recorded runs batted in) in which each team had a rookie who recorded at least five RBIs. According to Elias Sports Bureau, it happened in a 1997 game between White Sox (Mike Cameron) and Angels (Todd Greene), as well as a 1998 game between Rockies (Todd Helton) and Diamondbacks (Karim Garcia)...Ended campaign with season-best 11-game hit streak. Hit .395 (17x43) with a double, two home runs and eight RBI in that span...Threw out 10 runners, leading Marlins in outfield assists. The 10 assists tied Preston Wilson for third-most by a Marlins' rookie. Mark Kotsay threw out 20 runners in 1998, and Jeff Conine had 11 in 1993...At time of promotion to Majors in 2010, led Southern League in home runs, RBI, on-base percentage, slugging percentage, extrabase hits (36), total bases (140) and intentional walks (10)...Earned SL Player of the Week honors for April 26-May 2...Named Marlins' Minor League Player of the Month for April after hitting .342 with 10 home runs and 23 RBI in 21 games. 2009 Split the season between single-A Jupiter and double-A Jacksonville, batting a combined .255 (122x479) with 24 doubles, five triples, 28 home runs and 92 RBI. Led all Marlins minor leaguers in home runs, RBI and total bases (240). Ranked third in the organization in strikeouts (144)....At Jupiter, hit .294 with 12 home runs and 39 RBI in 50 games. Despite playing only 50 games, led Hammerheads in home runs and ranked fourth in RBI....Earned Florida State League All-Star honors and the Marlins' Organizational Hitter of the Month for May after batting .298 (28x94) with 18 runs scored, eight doubles, one triple, eight home runs and 25 RBI in 27 games....Tallied a season-best five hits on April 19 at Sarasota, going 5x5 with a run, double, home run and four RBI....Homered in three consecutive games two times; April 17-19 and May 9-12. Also homered in consecutive games on May 26 and 27....Promoted to Jacksonville on June 5 and made the start that same day in right field against Carolina. Went 2x4 with two RBI in his first double-A contest....Had a season-long nine-game hit streak from July 15-24 where he posted a .389 average (14x36) with 10 runs scored, three doubles, three home runs and six RBI. Also had two seven-game hit streaks....Homered in consecutive games twice with the Suns; June 24-25 and July 23-24....Connected for his fist multi-homer game of the season on July 1 vs. Montgomery. Had his second two-homer game in his final contest of the season on September 7 vs. Huntsville....Following the season, appeared in six games with the Mesa Solar Sox in the Arizona Fall League. Posted a .478 average (11x23) with one home run and two RBI....Named by Baseball America as the 'Best Power Prospect' in both the Southern League and Florida State League at the conclusion of the season. Named as the top prospect in the Organization by Baseball America and the third best prospect in all of MiLB by 2008 In second professional season in 2008, posted a .293 average with 26 doubles, three triples, 39 home runs and 97 RBI...led South Atlantic League in home runs, extra-base hits (68), total bases (286), slugging percentage (.611) and home runs per at-bat (1/12.0), and ranked third in RBI and runs (89)...among Marlins' minor leaguers, led the organization in total bases, ranked second in home runs and RBI, third in runs and slugging percentage, and fifth in hits (137)...earned South Atlantic League Player of the Week honors twice; June 16-22 and August 25-31...named Marlins Player of the Month in June, batting .300 (30x110) with seven doubles, 10 home runs and 22 RBI...opened the season by collecting a hit in 12 of his first 13 games, including an 11-game hit streak from April 6-16...batted .463 (19x41) with two home runs and nine RBI over the streak...had another 11-game streak from August 4-15, batting .447 (21x47) with five home runs and 13 RBI...owned four multi-home runs games; May 6 at Hagerstown, July 29 at Lake County, August 11 at Hickory and August 31 vs. Lexington...drove in a season-high five runs on August 13 at Hickory...following the season, was named the 'Best Power Hitter' in the Marlins organization by Baseball America...also ranked by Baseball America as the second best prospect in the organization...named's Class A Offensive Player of the Year and earned SAL Post Season All-Star honors. 2007 In 2007, combined to play only 17 games in his first professional season, but was ranked by Baseball America as the Marlins ninthbest prospect and as the 'Best Power Hitter' and 'Best Athlete' in the organization.