Latest Update Giancarlo Stanton will likely wear a helmet with a face guard like Jason Heyward Sun Oct, 26, 09:41 PM
Has light-tower power, capable of hitting the ball out of any park with aplomb. Can also produce a lot of runs. Is able to play either corner outfield position.
Flaws: : Needs to cut down on his propensity to strike out a lot. Doesn't have much base-stealing acumen to speak of. Can also use a little refinement on defense.
Stanton was having a career year until he was hit in the face by a pitch. Stanton's 2014 season ended with a .284 average, 37 home runs, 105 RBIs, and 13 stolen bases. Stanton should be a first round pick in 2015 without a doubt.Analyst: Colby Conway
Another incredible season for Stanton as the Marlins outfielder posted a .288/.395/.555 slash line and tied a career-high with 37 home runs. He also set career-best marks in RBI (105), runs scored (89) and stolen bases (13) while maintaining a fantastic 14.7-percent walk rate and reducing his strikeout rate for a second-consecutive season. The fact that this is his third 30-plus home run season and he's only 24-years old is downright scary. He's very likely to be a top-five overall pick in 2015.Analyst: Howard Bender
This confirms what we all suspected. Hopefully Stanton can make a speedy recovery.Analyst: Steve Pimental