Hanley moving up Marlins’ home run ladder

MIAMI — Hanley Ramirez’s third home run in as many games moved him closer to the Marlins’ all-time home run mark.

The Miami third baseman now has 138 career home runs, which is tied with Miguel Cabrera for third in club history.

Dan Uggla holds the mark with 154, followed by Mike Lowell’s 143.

Home Run leaders

Dan Uggla, 154

Mike Lowell, 143

Hanley Ramirez, 138

Miguel Cabrera, 138

Derrek Lee, 129

Gary Sheffield, 122

Jeff Conine, 120

Cliff Floyd, 110

Preston Wilson, 104

Joe Frisaro

 

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