Giancarlo Stanton RF MIA 2 months ago

Stanton (broken hamate bone) has begun swinging pain-free and is expected to be healthy heading into spring training, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.

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Giancarlo Stanton RF MIA 5 months ago

Stanton (hand) was officially ruled out for the season by manager Dan Jennings on Monday, the Miami Herald reports.

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Giancarlo Stanton RF MIA 5 months ago

Stanton (hand) has put his rehab on hold due to an "abnormal amount" of scar tissue in the area where his hamate bone was removed, the Miami Herald reports.

Giancarlo Stanton RF MIA 5 months ago

Stanton (wrist) still has no specific timetable to return to action this season, the Associated Press reports.

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Giancarlo Stanton RF MIA 5 months ago

Stanton (wrist) was limited to dry swings Sunday, Harvey Fialkov of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.

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Giancarlo Stanton RF MIA 5 months ago

Stanton (wrist) will swing a bat Wednesday to test his hand, and could play in a rehab game with High-A Jupiter if all goes well, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.

Giancarlo Stanton RF MIA 5 months ago

Stanton (wrist) now appears doubtful to return Friday after he said Tuesday that he feels OK but "not 100 percent," Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.

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Giancarlo Stanton RF MIA 6 months ago

Stanton (wrist) is scheduled to begin a rehab stint at High-A Jupiter on Tuesday, with the aim of rejoining the Marlins for Friday's game against the Mets, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.

Giancarlo Stanton RF MIA 6 months ago

Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton is on track to return from his wrist injury in early September, according to MLB.com. Stanton has not played since he broke a bone in his wrist while taking a swing on June 26, but he has participated in a wide range of baseball activities of late including taking swings against a pitching machine. "It's a happy medium of both right now getting my timing and almost to where I want to feel," Stanton said. "That's (what) the ideal timetable would be. I'd like to do that with the machine, so hopefully I'm getting my timing right there and just need the (big-league) games for more standing up, sitting up type of deal. Timing between at-bats to get warm and cold. I don't have much time to do that to be honest. For their schedule and for ours. Hopefully my timing will be there and we'll go from there." The 25-year-old had 27 home runs and 65 RBI before suffering the injury.

Giancarlo Stanton RF MIA 6 months ago

Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton, out since June 27 with a broken hand, hopes to return before Sept. 1, according to MLB.com. Stanton hit live pitching for the first time this week since landing on the disabled list, but he said he still has some minor discomfort. Manager Dan Jennings said the team will not rush Stanton back to the starting lineup before he is fully healthy. "Time for that is to be determined," Jennings said. "I think it has to do with the strength factor in his hands and wrist. When you're a hitter and the strength is not there, it's tough to feel comfortable swinging the bat. You can be a little tentative. When he feels the strength is there, he'll step on the accelerator. When he's healthy, he'll be back. I know he wants to finish on a positive note. I hope that can be sooner rather than later."