Giancarlo stanton is in the middle of a good season with the New York Yankees, which brings to mind his great slugger days. The outfielder and designated hitter has played 104 games in 2021, the most after 2 seasons in which he added a total of 41 games.
To stay healthy and at a similar pace for years to come, Stanton he could hit four goals with the Bronx Mules in the future.
Giancarlo Stanton currently has 333 homers in his 12-year professional career (through games on Tuesday, Aug. 24). Although it is not known how many he could end up with in 2021, it seems sensible that in the next two seasons he could celebrate the 400 connections outside the park with the Yankees jersey.
Reaching 1,500 hits would be a figure Giancarlo Stanton could hit in about two seasons. It currently has 1,260 hits connected and this year the regular calendar could end around 1,300 hits, taking into consideration that there is little more than a month of contention left.
Through Tuesday’s games, Giancarlo Stanton has 860 RBIs on his service record, which brings him to 240 of the 1,000 RBIs in his career. This brand could take at least two more seasons, but with a high invoice and injury-free production.
Although he has 261 career doubles, Giancarlo Stanton would require at least three more seasons to reach 300 career doubles, registering at least 15 per contest, the same number he has through Aug. 24 with the Yankees.