Stanton batted.311 with the Suns in 52 games, hitting 21 home runs, driving in 52 runs, and posting a 1.167 OPS. Just nine more times than he walked, he struck out (44).
He looks like a 15-year-old playing on an 8-year-Little old’s League club, Mississippi manager Phil Wellman told The Florida Times Union after a series against the Mississippi Braves in early May.
On May 6, 2010, Stanton hit a home shot against the Montgomery Biscuits that was reported to have traveled 500 to 550 feet and cleared the center-field scoreboard (150 to 170 m)
Stanton’s call-up to the Major League Baseball was announced by the Florida Marlins on June 6, 2010, and he made his MLB debut on June 8.
He surpassed Miguel Cabrera (19 years, 276 days) and Édgar Renteria (19 years, 212 days) to become the third-youngest player in Marlins history (20 years, 67 days).
Stanton had a 3-for-5 performance, two infield singles, and two runs on his debut.
Stanton hit a grand slam against Matt Garza of the Tampa Bay Rays during his debut in the Major League Baseball.
He became the latest Marlin to hit his first home run with the bases loaded, joining Jeff Conine, Chuck Carr, Quilvio Veras, Craig Counsell, and Jeremy Hermida on the list.
Along with Jose Reyes (2003), Andruw Jones (1997), and Alex Rodriguez (1997), Stanton also made history by hitting his first grand slam of his career before turning 21.
Giancarlo Stanton Contract
Giancarlo Stanton committed to the Miami Marlins for 13 years and $325 million, with $325 million of that sum guaranteed.
Giancarlo Stanton Salary
Giancarlo Stanton averages a salary of $25,000,000 per year. Stanton will receive a basic salary of $29,000,000 in 2022.
Giancarlo Stanton Net Worth
Giancarlo Stanton has a net worth of $40 million