Carlos Gomez's 444-foot homer rendered Adrian Beltre and Joey Gallo speechless and bug-eyed
It takes a lot to impress the consistently impressive, but Carlos Gomez found a way.
In the Rangers' 6-4 win over the Brewers on Tuesday night at Globe Life Park, Gomez connected on a Jimmy Nelson offering and squared it up just about perfectly -- so much so that it didn't come to a landing until crashing down around the second level of the left-field seating area.
Carlos Gomez's three-run homer was 110 mph off the bat and went a projected 444 ft., according to Statcast. It was launched.- Adam McCalvy (@AdamMcCalvy) September 28, 2016
If that description alone warranted a "wow" from you, well, Joey Gallo and Adrian Beltre are in full agreement:
Now, it must be pointed out that both Gallo (and his absurd tape-measure homers) and Beltre (he of the relentlessly inventive and wildly entertaining on-field antics) are no strangers to eliciting this type of reaction from their teammates and everybody else, so ... kudos to Gomez for wowing some serious wowers.
Take it away, Beck ...