Obviously, Kyle Schwarber is somewhat known for his prodigious power and Coors Field is known for being a friendly destination for hitters, but … my GOD did he demolish this baseball.
You *never* see guys hit the ball into the third deck at Coors Field.
Kyle Schwarber – Philadelphia Phillies (4) pic.twitter.com/Ptg5buodwl
— MLB HR Videos (@MLBHRVideos) April 20, 2022
Statcast has the ball leaving his bat at 110 MPH and traveling 468 feet, making it the longest home run of the season so far (it would have been among the top-10 for all of last season, as well).
That’s Schwarber’s fourth homer of the year, though he’s hitting just .174/.255/.457 (101 wRC+) on the season.