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Stanton, Martinez capture Marlins' Minor League Awards

  The Marlins have announced outfielder Michael Stanton as the organization's Minor League Player of the Year and right-hander Cristhian Martinez as its Minor League Pitcher of the Year.

  Stanton, who is currently playing in the Arizona Fall League, hit .255 with 28 home runs and 92 RBI while splitting time at Single A Jupiter and Double A Jacksonville. Stanton, 19, was a second-round draft pick for the Marlins in 2007.

  Martinez, 27, went 9-3 with a 2.94 ERA at Jacksonville. He made four stints with the Marlins last season, appearing in 15 games..The Marlins obtained Martinez in the Triple A phase of the 2006 Rule V Draft from the Detroit Tigers.


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If .255 is our best numbers were in trouble.

juan vasquez

stanton is a beast

juan vasquez

anypower hitter going up in levels will drop points combined and as long as he can produce runs with on base guys like coghlan and morrison and who ever cheaploria keeps the only trouble we have would be is the owner


Kman, he's only 19 and he hit 28 Home Runs...that's "in trouble"?

Suffering Miami Fan

gizmo, .255 with 28 homeruns is Dan Uggla. His point is that .255 in the minors doesn't usually win player of the year awards.

Didn't we dump Morrison after he hit 40 homeruns last year?

We don't need another Dan Uggla, we need another Coghlan.


Yea that was my point he got player of the year hitting .255 the homeruns are good but the avg did not merit that award

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