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Giancarlo Cruz-Michael Stanton

BIO

Giancarlo Cruz-Michael Stanton (twitter: @Giancarlo818) Played 2010 and 2011 under the name Mike Stanton

Position: Rightfielder
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Height: 6' 6", Weight: 240 lb.

Born: November 8, 1989 in Panorama City, CA (Age 25) High School: Notre Dame HS (Sherman Oaks, CA) Drafted by the Florida Marlins in the 2nd round of the 2007 amateur draft.
Debut: June 8, 2010 (Age 20.212, 17,358th in MLB history)

13 year, $325M Contract is the largest in US Sports History

He was on the cover of the ESPN Body Issue

Awards

2014
All-Star, Silver Slugger, Hank Aaron award, 2nd in NL MVP, Home Run Derby Participant, MLBPA Player’s Choice NL Most Outstanding Player

2012
All-Star, 24th in MVP Race

2011
23rd in MVP Race

2014 Season
Lead NL in Home Runs, SLG, and Total Bases. Finished 2nd in Walks and OPS.

Stanton had more 450+ ft Home Runs (7) than any other team.
In 2014, Stanton’s average home run has traveled 415.3 ft.

Career
In 2011, Stanton hit the 7th most Home Runs (34) in MLB History for a player in his Age 21 Season or younger.

In 2012, Stanton became the 6th player in MLB history to lead the MLB in Slugging Percentage (.608) as a 22 year old or younger on Opening Day. He also posted the 10th most Home Runs, 10th highest SLG, and 18th highest OPS in MLB history for a player in his Age 22 season or younger (age on July 1st).

He’s one of only four players to hit 150 home runs since the beginning of the 2010 season (Others: Jose Bautista, Miguel Cabrera, Albert Pujols).

Most 30 Home Runs Seasons Through Age-24 Seasons Players with 4: Pujols, A-Rod, Frank Robinson, Eddie Mathews, Jimmie Foxx Players with 3: Stanton, Miguel Cabrera, Andruw Jones, Canseco, Bob Horner, Ted Williams, Joe DiMaggio, Hal Trotsky

Most Home Runs Through Age-24 Seasons
Eddie Mathews* 190
Alex Rodriguez 189
Mel Ott* 176
Jimmie Foxx* 174
Mickey Mantle* 173
Ken Griffey Jr. 172
Frank Robinson* 165
Albert Pujols 160
Orlando Cepeda* 157
Johnny Bench* 154
Giancarlo Stanton 154
*Hall of Famers

Achievements

Giancarlo was named California’s State Athlete of the Year for 2006¬–07. Other winners include CC Sabathia, John Elway, Jason Kidd, Darryl Strawberry, Bob Mathias and Mark Spitz.

Giancarlo was All-Conference in football, basketball and baseball during his senior year at Notre Dame High School.