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Miami Marlins Star Giancarlo Stanton Listed Day to Day After HPB

The Miami Marlins have announced that outfielder Giancarlo Stanton has been listed as day-to-day after being plunked on the right wrist in the first inning of the team’s game with Pittsburgh on Saturday. The last thing the Marlins need is another power hitter to take time off from the lineup after the team announced first baseman Justin Bour was place on the disabled late last week. Per Joe Frisaro of
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Miami Marlins Slugger Giancarlo Stanton Celebrates Seven Years In MLB

Seven years and counting. Giancarlo Stanton is celebrating his MLB career with the Miami Marlins as one of the most prolific home run hitters in the game today. Injuries have curtailed his play in recent years, but once he gets ahold of a ball and makes contact, the outfielder can hit it as far as anyone in the game today. Some of the Miami Marlins slugger’s shots are dynamic, bringing
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2013 Fantasy Baseball: Be Sure To Grab Outfielder Marcell Ozuna

The Miami Marlins have not had many bright spots so far in the 2013 season, yet outfielder Marcell Ozuna, has played extremely well. He got called up from Double-A Jacksonville when Giancarlo Stanton went on the disabled list with a strained right hamstring. With Stanton out of the lineup the expectation that Christian Yelich, the fifteenth rated prospect by Baseball America would get his chance to play. Instead it want to Ozuna who at the time was batting .333 with five home runs and 15 rbi  in just 42
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Fantasy Baseball Flashpoint: Quick Pick-Ups

Baseball fans already had enough to complain about in South Beach. The owner is an embarrassment to both their city and the National Pastime, and the team was stripped of any legitimate major league talent between the All-Star break of 2012 and the off-season. All  of that money the City of Miami donated via a tax measure to build what is still one of the ugliest stadiums in all of