MIAMI (AP) -- The Miami Marlins' walk-off win left Giancarlo Stanton limping.
Nick Green hit a game-winning sacrifice fly and Miami rallied for two runs in the 15th inning Monday night to beat the Mets 4-3, handing New York its fifth consecutive loss.
But the victory -- only the Marlins' seventh all season -- didn't leave them much in a mood to celebrate.
Stanton hobbled out of the game in the 10th inning with a strained right hamstring. Afterward he went on the 15-day disabled list, and he might be sidelined longer than that.
"We're enjoying this win," manager Mike Redmond said, "but at the same time, on Tuesday the reality will set in that he's not in the lineup anymore."
Stanton hit a tapper in front of the plate and clutched his leg just before crossing first base, fell face-first to the turf and then pounded the grass with his fist in anger. He said he heard a pop in his leg and fears the injury may be serious.
He's scheduled for an M...