The Miami Marlins achieved a dramatic victory on the field Sunday, but it was overshawdowed by a bigger loss.
Before their 5-4 victory against the White Sox, star outfield Giancarlo Stanton underwent an MRI that revealed he has a Grade 3 strain of his left groin.
The injury will keep Stanton out at least six weeks, making it unlikely he will play again this season, Michael Hill, Marlins president of baseball operations said.
"The best-case scenario is a six-week return. Obviously, there is still opportunity for G to be back before the season's end, but obviously it was a significant injury and we'll see how rehab goes," Hill said.
Hill said Marlins...