Giancarlo Stanton BOMBED The Longest HR In Citi Field History, Then Hit Another For His 200th Career

Giancarlo Stanton

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]

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