The cry from Mets fans to call Alonso up to New York is only going to get louder now. He put the U.S. up, 9-6, in the seventh inning, with an absolute moon shot to left. It traveled 415 feet, but that’s not what made it extraordinary. It had an exit velocity of 113.6 mph and a launch angle of 46 degrees, the first time in the Statcast™ era a homer has been tracked with an exit velocity above 113 mph and a launch angle above 40.
Source: Jonathan Mayo, MLB.com
And here’s video of the shot
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