Stanton went 3-for-5 with three doubles, a run scored and three RBI in Saturday's win over the Dodgers. The two-baggers came against three different pitchers over three consecutive at-bats, as Stanton helped lead a 10-run outburst by the Marlins offense. He's now hitting a solid .267/.339/.540 with 11 homers and 30 RBI in 42 games.
Stanton went 1-for-3 with a walk and a solo home run in Monday's loss to the Cardinals. The homer, a blast to straightaway center field, was his 11th of the season and fourth in the last three games. The long balls tend to come in bunches for Stanton, so he could be a very appealing DFS option Tuesday against Adam Wainwright and his 1.2 HR/9 on the year.
Stanton finished 2-for-5 with two home runs and four RBI during Sunday's 7-0 win over the Mets. Stanton gave his club a lead it would never relinquish early on, belting a three-run homer to left field in the first inning and adding a solo shot in the third. The slugger had gone 11 games without a homer prior to Saturday, but he now has three in his last nine at-bats and could be on the verge of another power binge after a productive weekend series.
Stanton went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer in Friday's loss to the Padres. Don't look now, but the big man has homered in consecutive games and three times in his last six starts, giving him five bombs on the season to go along with a very Stanton-esque .267/.348/.533 slash line. As long as he can stay healthy, expect to see his name among the league's home-run leaders in short order.
Stanton went a perfect 3-for-3 with a solo homer and two walks in a 10-5 loss against the Mariners on Wednesday. It's amazing that the Marlins got blown out in a game that saw Stanton and Christian Yelich combine to get on base eight times, including two home runs. Stanton came in hitting just .226 with a .715 OPS, but that's the beauty of April -- this big game raised his average to .268 and his OPS to .854.
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