Epic Video Of College Slugger Hitting Massive Moonshot Into The Night Sky Is A Cinematic Masterpiece

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Tommy White stands 6-foot-0, 242 pounds as a freshman at North Carolina State and all he does is mash. The Wolfpack’s designated hitter, better known as ‘Tommy Tanks’ hits bombs on a ridiculously consistent basis. Sometimes even more than one in one night.

That was the case on Wednesday night as N.C. State played Miami in the ACC Baseball Tournament. Tommy Tanks went yard not one, not twice, but three times en route to a comfortable 9-6 win that advances the Wolfpack to the conference tournament semifinals.

White got things started in the bottom of the first.

And then he did it again during his second at-bat of the game during the third inning.

Clearly, the Hurricanes did not learn their lesson. They pitched to White again in the sixth inning, and once again, Tommy tanked a tater.

In doing so, White hit his 26th home run of the season, which is tied for the second-most in college baseball. He also set a school single-season record and tied the NCAA freshman single-season record.

Obviously, White and the Wolfpack were absolutely jacked to see the ball leave the ballpark in Charlotte.

To make the moonshot even better, two alternate angles provided a fantastic look at Tommy Tanks’ record-breaking bomb.

From behind the plate, a fan video makes it look like White’s huge home run is sent into orbit as it flies deep into the night sky.

The second angle does the same, but it provides a better, cinematic look at the swing and celebration from start to finish.

That ball is gone forever. Tommy Tanks struck again.