Mike Zunino launched a monster homer off the Budweiser sign at Rogers Centre
The Mariners busted out the bats on Thursday against the Blue Jays, as homers from
Zunino was tasked with leading off the ninth against
The ball flew all the way to the Budweiser sign in left-center field, 431 feet away. It was an emphatic capper on the scoring for the night, as the Mariners won, 9-3.
That's the kind of power that Zunino provides to a lineup, and manager Scott Servais knows it. "It hit the Budweiser sign and that's a long ways," he said to MLB.com's Greg Johns. "Everybody knows the power Z has. He timed that one up."
Remarkably, that's not even close to his career-best in terms of projected home run distance. On Sep. 13, 2017, he sent one 470 feet off the Rangers'
Listen to Jordan Shusterman -- Zunino is good.