Eric Thames' 13th home run of the season was capped off with some celebratory camera time
The Brewers had a lot of fun at the plate on Sunday during the team's 10-3 win over the Braves.
In the bottom of the eighth on the first pitch of his at-bat, Thames crushed a home run that traveled way out of the ballpark. And when it's your 13th homer of the season, and possesses that much power, you have to celebrate with some camera-time:
The ball never seemed to land and the broadcast was worried their cars may have be a target, and they were right -- not many can hit a ball harder or farther than that.
According to Statcast, Thames' bomber had an exit velocity of 108.1 mph and had a projected distance of 464 feet. Now we understand the celebration.