Stanton went 2-for-4 with a walk, a solo home run and a second run scored in Tuesday's 9-4 loss to the Giants. He's now homered in six straight games, giving him a league-leading 44 on the season and leaving him two games shy of the major-league record of eight straight held by Ken Griffey Jr., Dale Long and his own manager, Don Mattingly. Stanton's 1.022 OPS also places him fifth in MLB, while his 94 RBI have him currently in third place behind Nolan Arenado and Nelson Cruz.
Stanton went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run and three RBI during Monday's win over San Francisco. Stanton has now left the yard in five consecutive games and has 10 homers, 17 RBI and 13 runs over his past 11 outings, setting the Marlins' single-season home run record in the process. The power outburst has him running away with the league lead in that category with 43, and he's also up to an impressive .283/.374/.640 slash line for the campaign.
Stanton went 3-for-4 with a double and a three-run homer Saturday against the Rockies. Stanton blasted his 41st home run of the year to break up a tie game in the fourth inning of a game the Marlins would go on to win. He's smashed eight homers over his last nine games to raise his slugging percentage from .586 to .631, and he continues to reward fantasy managers with an elite season.
Stanton went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in Friday's 6-3 win over the Rockies. The slugger's 40th of the season was a typical Giancarlo smash, as he drove a line drive into the second deck in left-center field. There are few things scarier to pitchers than a locked-in Stanton, and with 14 homers in 26 games since the All-Star break, it's a wonder he hasn't been walked more than 17 times over that stretch.
Stanton supplied all the Marlins' offense Thursday, going 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in a 3-2 loss to the Nationals. The 27-year-old just won't let up on opposing pitchers -- Stanton is now slashing .308/.379/1.038 over the last week with six homers and 11 RBI, and he continues to extend his MLB lead with 39 home runs on the season. The hot streak has also pushed his OPS up to a career-high .982, and as long as he stays healthy down the stretch there's no reason to expect him to slow down much when it comes to putting souvenirs in the seats.
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