that said the fear people had about Giancarlo Stanton's lineup protection was irrational. While Stanton had a huge 2012 season, most overlooked the fact the batters behind him were a collective disappointment and did little statistically to protect him. The group that hit behind Stanton in 2012 combined to hit .245/.306/.360 while he hit .290/.361/.608.
Stanton finished 2013 with a .249/.365/.480 line, lost 13 home runs, drove in 28 fewer baserunners, and disappointed every fantasy owner who had him despite getting the same amount of playing time he had in 2012. So, what happened?
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