Giancarlo Stanton broke another Miami Marlins team record in what has been a historic season on Saturday night against the Arizona Diamondbacks when he broke a tie with Preston Wilson by recording four RBI's which gives him 125 on the season.

Wilson's team record of 121 RBI's had stood since 2000. That season, he also became the first Marlins player to record a 30/30 season (at least 30 home runs, 30 stolen bases), which has seen been done once more by Hanley Ramirez in 2008.

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Other Team Records Broken By Stanton

The 27-year-old Stanton hit his 57th home run on Saturday night and has already rocketed past the previous Marlins single-season home run record.

The previous record was held by Gary Sheffield, who hit 42 in 1996.

Giancarlo also recently surpassed the Marlins single-season record for extra-base hits, which had been previously held by Dan Uggla and Hanley Ramirez who both had 83 in 2007. Stanton now has 57 home runs and 30 doubles on the season, giving him 87 on the year.

Team Records That Stanton Can Break By Season's End

Saturday night's game has given Stanton 359 total bases with eight games remaining. That leaves him in a tie of the team record with the 359 that Hanley Ramirez recorded in 2007.

With two runs scored on Saturday night, Stanton has now crossed home plate 118 times. Hanley Ramirez is the current team holder for runs in a single-season, as he scored 125 times in back-to-back seasons in 2007 and 2008.

The highest slugging percentage to ever end a season by a Marlins player is Gary Sheffield's .624 in 1996.

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Stanton's currently sits at .635, which would break the team record if he maintains it through the end of the season.

Season Home Runs In A Historical Sense

Stanton became the first National Leaguer since Prince Fielder in 2007 to hit 50 home runs in a season. His current tally of 57 long balls is the most since Ryan Howard hit 58 in 2006.

Right now, Giancarlo's 57 home runs place him in a tie for the 14th most in a single-season in major league history with Luis Gonzalez (2001) and Alex Rodriguez (2002). His next home run would put him in a tie for 10th for most in a single-season with Jimmie Foxx (1932), Hank Greenberg (1938), Mark Mcgwire (1997), and Ryan Howard (2006).

There have only been eight different times a player has hit 60 home runs in a year, something that Stanton can make nine if he hits three more in the final eight games. The top six single-season home run totals were done by players largely accused of taking PED's while playing (Barry Bonds, Mark McGwire, and Sammy Sosa). The most home runs in a season is Bonds' 73, but if you take away those three plays because you believe they reached their totals unfairly, the most would be Roger Maris who hit 61 in 1961.