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Stanton goes yard twice

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Miami Marlins star outfielder Giancarlo Stanton hit two home runs on Monday night against the Texas Rangers. He also had three RBI’s and a walk in the game.

In the first inning, he hit a two-run home run against Rangers starter Martín Pérez. The shot was project as 428 feet and with an exit velocity of 110.5 miles per hour, according to Statcast.

Giancarlo Stanton (Getty Images)

Giancarlo Stanton (Getty Images)

Then, in the eighth inning, Stanton had a solo shot. Stanton and New York Yankees rookie sensation Aaron Judge are tied, according to Statcast, with 17 long balls with an exit velocity of 110 miles per hour.

The duo also have 12 home runs that have traveled 425 feet or longer.

Stanton has seven multi-home run games this season. He now has 11 home runs in the month and 31 on the season.

Since his debut on June 8, 2010, he has 25 multi-home run games. That’s the most of any player since his arrival in the Big Leagues with the then-Florida Marlins.

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