Micah Parsons Hit A Bomb That Left The Entire Ballpark At The Cowboys’ Charity Home Run Derby

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  • Dallas Cowboys’ LB Micah Parsons is one of the league’s most versatile athletes
  • On Tuesday, he showed that versatility extends to other sports, hitting a monster home run in the Cowboys’ charity Home Run Derby
  • Parsons’ eight home runs were tops in the competition
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Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons is up to his old tricks.

Parsons was the NFL’s 2021 Defensive Rookie of the Year. He split time between linebacker and defensive end, recording 13 sacks and generally becoming one of the league’s most disruptive defensive players.

One thing fans also know is that Parsons is extremely competitive. That’s the case on the football field as well as off of it. On Tuesday night, Parsons displayed his insane athleticism and competitive fire yet again.

Micah Parsons Hits Massive Home Runs

The Cowboys held their annual Home Run Derby for charity at Riders Field in Frisco, Texas on Tuesday night. Unsurprisingly, Parsons wanted to not just win, but to make a statement in the process.

He did just that. Parsons hit a team-high eight home runs as well as this absolute bomb that cleared not just the outfield wall, but the confines of the stadium altogether.

After hitting the moon shot, Parsons proceeded to soak in all the glory, taking a lap around the bases. Some Dallas teammates may have a reason to cry foul, however, as Parsons appeared to have a leg up on the competition.

Either way, the NFL world is still marveling at the young Cowboys’ star who seems to make headlines every week, even in the offseason.

Parsons will return to his preferred field of play on Sept. 11 when Dallas welcomes the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the first Sunday Night Football game of the season.