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The expected stats will tell you Giancarlo Stanton was unlucky last season, as he had the ninth-highest gap between his xwOBA (.329) and actual wOBA (.297). The problem is that a .329 wOBA isn't anything special. Prior to the 2022 campaign, Stanton had never posted a wOBA below .344 during the Statcast era, and on five occasions it was .370 or higher. Yes, Stanton remained prolific in terms of his quality of contact, but even that was down a bit and he also saw his walk rate fall below 10 percent for the first time since 2018. Injury was again a problem, this time with the hamstring being the culprit. Given that he's now 34, Stanton's injury issues are probably likely to get worse before they get better. The only silver lining here is that Stanton's draft day cost will never be cheaper, and he's certainly capable of still providing power when on the field.

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2024 1832.7 34 18 45 20 .246
2023 2402.4 43 24 60 41 .191
2022 296.52.7 53 31 78 50 .211
3y Avg. 315.52.7 53 30 78 51 .230
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Decision on return looming

    The Yankees will likely decide on a date for Stanton's (hamstring) return from the 10-day injured list by the end of next week, MLB.com reports. Stanton ran the bases on the field Friday in his most recent step toward recovering from a strained left hamstring. Manager Aaron Boone said Saturday that the slugger "is in a pretty good spot" in terms of his progress and indicated that a return is a matter of building stamina. The Yankees haven't determined whether Stanton will go on a rehab assignment -- if he forgoes that option, he could be back in the New York lineup at some point during their series in Boston that begins Friday.
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Running bases Friday

    Stanton (hamstring) ran the bases at Yankee Stadium before Friday's game, Chris Kirschner of The Athletic reports. It would appear to be the first time he has run the bases since going down with a left hamstring strain nearly a month ago. Stanton did not look to be running at 100 percent, but it's nonetheless a big step and signifies that a return to game action could be close. The Yankees have not yet indicated whether Stanton will require a rehab assignment before being activated.
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Not ready for start of second half

    Manager Aaron Boone said that Stanton (hamstring) won't be reinstated from the 10-day injured list when the Yankees open their second-half schedule Friday versus the Rays, but the 34-year-old could be activated soon thereafter, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. Additionally, the skipper said that the Yankees remain undecided on whether will need to complete a minor-league rehab assignment before returning from the IL. Stanton was placed on the IL on June 23 with a left hamstring strain and was projected to miss around four weeks, and that timeline still looks to be accurate now that he's hit the three-week mark in his recovery process. Stanton will continue his rehab program during the All-Star break and could bypass a rehab assignment if the Yankees feel comfortable with how his hamstring is responding to live batting practice and pregame running. Fantasy managers shouldn't plan on Stanton being available for the start of the four-game series with the Rays, but a return from the IL the week after looks realistic.
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Might return without rehab games

    Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Wednesday that Stanton (hamstring) could skip a rehab assignment and return from the 10-day injured list shortly after the All-Star break, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. Stanton did some running Tuesday and has been reincorporating baseball activities into his training regimen of late as he works his way back from a strained left hamstring. He'll need to do some more ramping up before the Yankees are confident that he's ready for game action, but bypassing a rehab assignment would shorten the length of his absence a bit.
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: May go on rehab stint after break

    Stanton (hamstring) could begin a minor-league rehab assignment later in July, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. It doesn't appear that Stanton will be ready to rejoin the Yankees immediately after the All-Star break, but he could begin playing in rehab games around that time. The slugger has been running on a treadmill and hitting, though he hasn't yet resumed on-field activities, per MLB.com. It's not yet clear how many rehab games Stanton would be asked to play, but there remains a chance he's activated off the IL before the start of August.
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Does some hitting Tuesday

    Stanton (hamstring) did some hitting Tuesday, Laura Albanese of Newsday reports. It would appear to be the first time he's done any hitting since he landed on the 10-day injured list a little over a week ago with a left hamstring strain. Stanton is moving in the right direction but is still expected to miss about four weeks of action.
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Works out on treadmill

    Stanton (hamstring) resumed activity on a treadmill Thursday, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. Given the nature of Stanton's injury, any work on a treadmill is a sign of positive progress, though manager Aaron Boone characterized the slugger's activity level as "not a lot." Stanton went on the injured list with a hamstring strain June 23 and subsequently said he expects to miss about four weeks of action, so he's not expected to be activated until after the All-Star break. The veteran had been swinging a hot bat prior to getting hurt, slashing .378/.439/.649 with three homers and nine RBI during a 10-game hitting streak.
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Expects to be out four weeks

    Stanton said Sunday that he expects to be out for roughly four weeks as a result of his strained left hamstring, Meredith Marakovits of YES Network reports. Stanton landed on the 10-day injured list Sunday and received a platelet-rich plasma injection to aid in his healing process, but it doesn't seem like the slugging outfielder is on track for a speedy recovery. Trent Grisham could be a candidate to start nearly everyday for the Yankees while Stanton is sidelined, especially if the team decides to use Aaron Judge as its primary designated hitter going forward.
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Placed on IL with hamstring strain

    The Yankees placed Stanton on the 10-day injured list Sunday due to a left hamstring strain. Stanton exited in the fourth inning of Saturday's 8-3 win over Atlanta after injuring his left hamstring while scoring from second base on a Gleyber Torres double. Trent Grisham came off the bench to replace Stanton on Saturday, and the former could be in line for a near-everyday role in the outfield against right-handed pitching while the Yankees perhaps look to give Aaron Judge and others more time at designated hitter sans Stanton. With Stanton on the IL, the Yankees recalled infielder Oswald Peraza from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre in a corresponding move.
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Will miss games

    Manager Aaron Boone said Saturday that he's expecting Stanton (hamstring) to miss "days," Gary Phillips of the New York Daily News reports. Stanton was removed from Saturday's game with tightness in his hamstring and is set to undergo an MRI on Sunday. While Boone is hopeful the injury isn't significant, he's still expecting Stanton to miss some time. Sunday's MRI should provide more clarity on the severity of the injury. Trent Grisham entered the game for Stanton and could be in line for more at-bats while Stanton's sidelined.
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Lifted with hamstring tightness

    Stanton was removed from Saturday's game against Atlanta with left hamstring tightness. Stanton seemed to aggravate the hamstring while scoring from second base on a Gleyber Torres double in the fourth inning. Trent Grisham pinch hit for Stanton the next time Stanton was due up. Stanton is set to undergo imaging Sunday.
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Homers, drives in four in loss

    Stanton went 2-for-4 with a home run and four RBI in a 7-6 loss to the Orioles on Wednesday. Stanton did his best to provide some late-game heroics, crushing a three-run homer in the seventh inning and tying the game on an RBI single in the ninth. Stanton extended his hitting streak to seven games and is now hitting .300 with five home runs and 16 RBI in 60 June at-bats. He is enjoying a nice bounceback season and owns a .243/.301/.494 slash with 18 home runs and 45 RBI over 272 plate appearances.
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Taking seat Thursday

    Stanton is out of the lineup for Thursday's game in Kansas City. Stanton slugged home runs in the second and third games of the series but has bookended the power output with days off in the first and now the fourth games. Aaron Judge will get a day out of the outfield and serve as the Yankees' designated hitter Thursday while Stanton rests.
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Homers in second straight game

    Stanton went 2-for-5 with a two-run home run Wednesday in an 11-5 win over the Royals. Stanton flexed his power with a 449-foot two-run blast in the fifth inning. It was his second straight game with a home run after an ugly weekend set against the Dodgers during which he went 0-for-14 with seven punchouts. Stanton is up to 17 homers and 40 RBI on the campaign along with a .233/.288/.491 slash line.
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Mashes 16th homer

    Stanton went 2-for-4 with a solo home run, an additional run and an additional RBI in Tuesday's 10-1 win against Kansas City. Stanton produced an RBI on a fielder's choice in the first inning and added a 446-foot solo blast in the seventh. It was a positive bounce-back after the slugger went 0-for-14 with seven strikeouts during the weekend's three-game series versus the Dodgers. Stanton's .229 batting average on the season isn't ideal, but he's tied for ninth in the league with 16 homers and has added 38 RBI along with 29 runs through 245 plate appearances.
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Sitting out Monday

    Stanton is not in the lineup for Monday's game against the Royals. Juan Soto is getting a day at designated hitter as he eases back into the Yankees' lineup, and manager Aaron Boone has opted against using Stanton in the outfield, so he'll begin this one on the bench. Stanton went 0-for-14 with seven strikeouts in the weekend series versus the Dodgers.
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Pops 14th homer

    Stanton went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run in Saturday's 7-3 win over the Giants. Stanton padded the Yankees' lead with an eighth-inning blast. Prior to Saturday, he was stuck in a 1-for-20 slump over the previous five games. Stanton is up to 14 homers, 31 RBI, 24 runs scored, eight doubles and no stolen bases while slashing .231/.279/.487 over 52 contests this season.
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Sitting Friday

    Stanton is not in the starting lineup for Friday's game against the Giants. Stanton has struggled of late, going 1-for-20 with eight strikeouts over his last five games, and his slash line is down to .225/.275/.471 for the season. Trent Grisham will start in center field Friday while Aaron Judge serves as the designated hitter against Giants right-hander Jordan Hicks.
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Clubs another homer

    Stanton went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in Friday's 8-0 win over the Padres. Stanton hit the last of the Yankees' three third-inning homers off Yu Darvish. Over the last 15 games, Stanton has gone deep seven times while adding 11 RBI and eight runs scored. He's more than doubled his homer total for the year in that span -- the designated hitter is now at 13 long balls in 2024. He's added a .246/.295/.520 slash line with 29 RBI, 23 runs scored, eight doubles and no stolen bases over 183 plate appearances.
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  • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton: Slugs 12th homer

    Stanton went 1-for-3 with a solo home run and a walk in Thursday's 5-0 win against Seattle. Stanton crushed a 445-foot solo shot to center field in the second inning to plate the first run of the contest. The homer was his 12th of the campaign, half of which have come over his past 14 contests. Over that span, Stanton is slashing .288/.327/.673 with nine RBI and seven runs in addition to the six homers.
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