The Giancarlo Stanton Wild Card Game stats seen below include his Wild Card Game year-by-year hitting stats, Wild Card Game fielding stats, and Wild Card Game pitching stats (where applicable).
"(Giancarlo) Stanton has 'Herman Munster power,' according to an Arizona Diamondbacks scouting report on the Marlins slugger. 'We heard that originally from Mark Weidemaier, our advanced scout. He puts little tidbits in our advanced reports for us, and Stanton is included amongst the Herman Munster power guys in the league so far,' Diamondbacks third base coach Matt Williams said before Saturday's game. Williams and Arizona bench coach Alan Trammell both said that's the first time they've heard of the old TV character from The Munsters, based on the Frankenstein monster-like role played by the late Fred Gwynne, used as a reference in a professional scouting report. 'You see great speed, plus arm, all of that stuff, but never Herman Munster (power), Williams said. 'Some guys have light-tower power, but that's nothing compared to Herman Munster power.'" - Sportswriter Joe Capozzi in The Palm Beach Post (06/11/2011, 'Diamondbacks scouts say Florida Marlins slugger Mike Stanton has "Munster" power', Alan Trammell )
Giancarlo Stanton Autograph on a 2010 Topps (#US-327)
Giancarlo Stanton Wild Card Game Pitching Stats
Giancarlo Stanton Wild Card Game Fielding Stats
Giancarlo Stanton Wild Card Game Miscellaneous Stats
Giancarlo Stanton Wild Card Game Miscellaneous Items of Interest
The Major League Baseball Wild Card Game is a one-game, winner take all, postseason event that was added to the Major League Baseball in 2012. The history of the Wild Card Game , the original Wild Card Game Press Release, comprehensive Wild Card Game results, and Wild Card Game trivia are on Baseball Almanac.
On October 2, 2018, the longest (by innings played) Wild Card Game was played, a 13-inning contest where the Colorado Rockies defeated the Chicago Cubs 2-1.