Spent majority of season with Miami, posting .262 (107/409) average with 23 home runs and 73 RBI in 129 games. Also appeared in 14 games to start season with Triple-A New Orleans, batting .275 (14x51) with one home run and five RBI...Led Fish in RBI and ranked second in home runs behind Giancarlo Stanton (27)...Finished fifth in National League Rookie of the Year voting. Ranked third among all MLB rookies in home runs behind Kris Bryant (26) and Joc Peterson (26)...Also finished third in RBI, trailing Bryant (99) and Matt Duffy (77)...Hit .302 (35x116) with runners in scoring position, ranking fifth among all rookies...Recorded fourth-most home runs by rookie in Club history. Dan Uggla tallied 27 in 2006, followed by Josh Willingham (26 in 2006) and Preston Wilson (26 in 1999)...In 102 starts, was 98x381 (.257) with 40 runs scored, 18 doubles, 22 home runs, 71 RBI; in 27 appearances off bench, was 9x28 (.321) with two runs, two doubles, one home run and two RBI, including 6x20 (.300) as pinch hitter...13 of 23 home runs tied game (4) or gave Marlins a lead (9)...Had 10 games with 3+ RBI, good for second among NL rookies and sixth in NL overall... Earned NL Rookie of the Month honors for September after hitting .290 (29x100) with three doubles, nine home runs and 25 RBI in 26 games...His nine Sept. home runs were tied for fourth in MLB and were most among MLB rookies. The 25 RBI tied for third in MLB and were most in any month in career...On Sept. 27 vs. Atlanta, became first player in Club history with a home run in first inning in three straight games, and first in MLB since Adam Jones (July 27-29) in 2009...Hit first career pinch-hit home run on Sept. 6 vs. Mets; marked only pinch-hit home run for Miami all season...Homered in four consecutive games from June 30-July 3, tying Club record (8x; last, Marcell Ozuna, Sept. 8-11, 2014)...Recorded second walk-off hit of season and career on August 11 vs. Boston...Hit first career walk-off homer on July 1 vs. San Francisco(three-run HR in 9th inning)...Hit markedly better against right-handers (.270) than lefties (.221)...Recalled from Triple-A New Orleans on April 24...Recorded at least one hit in 10 of 14 games with Zephyrs.
Split sixth professional season between Triple-A New Orleans and Miami, making big league debut on June 5 at Tampa Bay...Had four stints with Major League squad: June 4-11, June 16-27, July 2-18 and Sep-tember 2 through end of season...With NOLA, set career highs in average (.306), slugging percentage (.517) and OPS (.889); also, finished campaign with 27 doubles, 18 home runs, 72 RBI and .372 on-base percentage in 103 games...Led Zephyrs in batting average and slugging percentage, while drawing Paci?c Coast League high 11 intentional walks...Best month of season was May, posting .330 (33x100) average with season-high 11 doubles, followed closely by .326 (31x95) mark in April...Batted .330 (89x270) vs. right-handers and .252 (29x115) vs. left-handers. Fifteen of 18 total home runs came vs. righties.• Batted .429 (15x35) as a designated hitter, with six doubles, two homers and 11 RBI...Opened first career Triple-A campaign with 14-game hitting streak, matching Carlos Gomez (2007) for longest streak to open season in New Orleans history. Over streak, batted .404 (21x52), leading Paci?c Coast League in hits while striking out just three times...In first game with NOLA on April 3 vs. Colorado Springs, drove in game winning run with RBI double in eighth inning...Tallied ?rst home run of season on April 5 in ninth inning against Sky Sox...Recorded second career two-HR game in 4-3 win over Colorado Springs on June 2. Previously hit two HR on June 24, 2013 vs. Jackson while with Double-A Tennessee.• Homered in three straight games, from August 12-14 vs. Tacoma, recording season-high-tying four RBI with two home runs in ?nal outing of streak...Had contract selected by Miami on June 4 and made MLB debut on June 5 at TB, starting game as designated hitter. Recorded ?rst career hit (in?eld single) in second AB...In debut, hit in front of J.T. Realmuto, who also made MLB debut. Became ?rst position players to record ?rst career hits in back-to-back plate appearances since Joe Inglett and Ryan Garko with Cleveland on July 1, 2006. • On June 10 at Texas, tied Marlins' club record for hits in a game by a designated hitter (3)...Connected for ?rst career home run on September 19 vs. Washington, a solo fourth-inning homer off Doug Fister...In Game 2 of a Sept. 26 doubleheader at Washington, tied career highs in hits (3) and RBI (2), and set new high for runs scored (4), which also tied team's single-game high for season (also, Casey McGehee on June 5 at TB and Christian Yelich on May 16 at SF).• Went 19x54 (.352) with two doubles, one HR and seven RBI in 15 starts, and was 2x20 (.100) with a double and four RBI as sub-stitute (1x17 as PH).