Major League Baseball’s Jared Kelnick led his team to a 5-2 victory by hitting the longest home run in Seattle’s history since official batted distance measurement was introduced.
Kelnick hit a 146.9-meter long home run that hit the top of the wall in the 8th inning against the Chicago Cubs, 4-1.
Since the introduction of Statcast in 2015, which quantifies the physical movement of batted balls and pitches, Kelnick’s home run has been measured as the farthest home run ever hit by a Seattle batter.스포츠토토
Also, of all home runs at Chicago’s Wrigley Field since 2015, Kelnick’s home run was the second-longest, behind Wilson Contreras’ 149.6-meter home run in 2017.
Kelnick, who said after the game, “I think my home run went the farthest I’ve ever hit,” raised his batting average to .
Kelnick, who was nominated in the first round by the New York Mets in the 2018 draft, was traded to Seattle during the transfer of Robinson Cano and Edwin Dias, and was evaluated as the best prospect in the minor leagues. couldn’t
However, Kelnick, who left a strong impression with his changed batting form in spring camp this season, is being evaluated as exploding his potential by recording hits in 7 consecutive games, including a home run in 3 consecutive games.