Sit back and watch Franmil Reyes launch one of the longest homers ever seen at Wrigley Field
The Padres took down the Cubs, 10-6, on Sunday, earning a split of the four-game series at Wrigley Field. Putting double digits on the scoreboard against the Cubs is no small feat, but the Padres seemed to make it look easy -- no more so than when
Lester was behind in the count, 3-0, and tried to just get a pitch over for a strike. It was 90 mph down the heart of the plate, and Reyes couldn't resist. He demolished it:
Reyes' long ball went so far that it went over the batter's eye in center field. The damage was estimated at 477 feet -- the longest by any Wrigley Field visitor since Statcast began recording data in 2015.
In fact, of all players, only
Schwarber's homer might have looked gaudy, but it "only" went 422 feet, per Statcast.
So among center-field shots, Franmil reigns supreme. Time for a celebratory dance: