Giancarlo Stanton had never hit a ball until now at Yankee Stadium.
The New York Yankees slugger has struggled in recent weeks, but he can still pull off some moonshots with the best of them.
On Saturday, he hit a home run that left his bat at 118 mph and ended up in a spot observers believe has never been touched.
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Stanton’s first-inning solo home run came off the top-deck facade in left field.
Stanton, who is near the top of the exit veil leaderboards every year, said he had never hit one there, not even in batting practice.
«That was nice,» he said.
Stanton hit a more typical Yankee Stadium home run later in the game, bouncing one off the bottom of the right-field foul pole.
According to Statcastit would have just been a home run at Yankee Stadium and Fenway Park.
Yankees manager Aaron Boone has previously called Stanton «weird» for his inhuman power. Boone said Stanton’s 447-foot bomb was just another example of that.
«I’ve never seen a ball go up there. And to hit it 118 that high to the drive-through side, you can’t make it up.» Boone said. «That’s as weird as it gets.»
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Stanton’s two home runs propelled the Yankees to a 6-3 win over the Chicago Cubs as they try to stay afloat without Aaron Judge.