Padres rookie Hunter Renfroe hit a home run on top of the Western Metal Supply Co. roof
Padres rookie outfielder Hunter Renfroe had a pretty good game on Tuesday night. He hit a three-run homer and a grand slam, driving in all the Padres' runs in their 7-1 win over the Dodgers and setting a Padres record. Yeah, pretty good. But how good could it have really been, when neither of those home runs landed on top of a building?
His two-run homer during the Padres' 6-5 win on Wednesday night, on the other hand:
There's demolishing a baseball, and then there's whatever Renfroe did to
Two prior players had hit the roof of the Western Metal Building this year: Mark Trumbo and Giancarlo Stanton... In the Home Run Derby.— AJ Cassavell (@AJCassavell) September 29, 2016
Did we mention it was only Renfroe's seventh game in the Majors? He's certainly doing a fine job introducing himself to the fans in San Diego -- no matter where they're sitting.