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Much like the rest of us, Giancarlo Stanton is ready for the regular season to begin.
On Monday, Stanton unloaded a massive home run against the New York Mets. From the moment the ball left his bat there was no doubt about it.
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Projections have the ball going anywhere from 500 to 525 feet.
Stanton's home run hit the top of the black netting. My guess: 525 ft. #Marlins #SpringTraining @TCPalm pic.twitter.com/RPDE8LOZMg
— Jon Santucci (@JonSantucci) March 10, 2014
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PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — After a long drive went just foul, Giancarlo Stanton was determined to at least swing hard.
He ended up driving a two-run homer off the top of the fence of a practice field behind Tradition Field.
“I see I’ve done it and other players do it — you hit a ball like that foul and then you call it a day for the at-bat,” Stanton said after the Miami Marlins...
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Giancarlo Stanton absolutely destroyed a home run on Monday when he crushed a two-run homer in the seventh to put the Marlins up by a score of 5-0. The ball was hit so far that it actually ended up in an entirely different field which you can see in the video. Initial estimates have the ball traveling about 550 feet.
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Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton absolutely crushed a ball on Monday afternoon, which would have landed on the next field over if not for the black netted wall in between fields. Stanton is known for his monstrous shots, but this home run is just as impressive as any he has ever hit.
Some estimates from media members at the game were the home run traveled about 525 feet...
Miami Marlin Giancarlo Stanton—still rumored by some to be coming to Boston in a trade—clouted what has been estimated at a 525-foot home run today that soared completely out of the Mets' Tradition Field in Port St. Lucie, Florida. The ball hit the top of some black netting on a fence at a practice field well behind the main field. It gives you a sense of the damage Stanton...
The Miami Marlins seemingly traded all of their top talent before the 2013 season. Everybody except Giancarlo Stanton, that is.
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While Spring Training baseball is usually reserved for the hardcore baseball fan, one cannot help to appreciate the pure power of Miami Marlins OF Giancarlo Stanton. Checkout this 500 ft bomb against the Mets in Grapefruit League: Your browser does not support iframes. How much longer do Marlins fans get to enjoy this guy?Continue reading...
Your browser does not support iframes. Watching Giancarlo Stanton absolutely destroy pitchers with massive home runs will never get old. On Monday, the Miami Marlins slugger unloaded on a two-strike pitch from some poor chump with the Mets and drilled the pitch off the top of the batting eye on the next field over in […]
Mention Giancarlo Stanton and general managers drool.
What would it take for the Miami Marlins to part with him? Everyone has a price, right?
Marlins GM Dan Jennings digs in and swears Stanton is not for sale.
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Everyone spent Monday freaking out that Giancarlo Stanton hit this one 500 feet. They’re just throwing out numbers. Like anyone can…
((ht: mlb.com))Yeah, Giancarlo Stanton of the Miami Marlins can hit baseball's a long, long way.Check out this long (est. 525 ft) home run Monday afternoon in a Spring Training game with the New York Mets in Port St. Lucie, Florida.Actually, just listen to the sound of the bat hitting the ball...Your browser does not support iframes.
When it comes to the Miami Marlins there is not much worth watching. They've either traded away or let walk every good player that made a game worth the price of admission. That is, they've gotten rid of all but one--hard-hitting outfielder Giancarlo Stanton. Against the Mets he didn't just hit a home run. Your browser does not support iframes.He crushed out a good 500...
This first clip should give you a solid chuckle to start your morning as a young man neglected his fatherly duties for a brief second and.. well you'll see.Your browser does not support iframes. The final clip is the send off that Giancarlo Stanton gave Jack Leathersich riiight before he was demoted back to minor league game. Wow!Your browser does not support iframes.
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