Miami Marlins’ Giancarlo Stanton hit an absolute moonshot off of Jacob deGrom on Wednesday afternoon, and now owns Citi Field, having blasted 3 of the 4 longest home run’s in the park’s history.
Stanton’s 470-foot bomb came in the 4th inning, and was so long, it hit the upper deck.
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Then, to follow up that monstrosity of an effort, the Marlins’ slugger got the best of deGrom again in the top of the 6th for another solo shot.
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The second of his home runs was Giancarlo Stanton’s 200th career dinger, and his fourth in just two days.
When you’re hot, you’re hot, man.
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Frickin’ moonshot city.
Unfortunately, Stanton’s two solo shots were the only runs scored by Miami on Wednesday, as they fell to the Mets 4-2.
[h/t Fox Sports]