Miami Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton hit his 100th career home run at Marlins Park on Saturday night, and in typical Stanton fashion, the ball was obliterated into orbit.
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According to the television broadcast after it crash landed, the ball went 463 feet. It also moves Stanton one behind Gary Sheffield for the most in a single-season in Marlins history.
For now, it keeps his major league-leading total ticking even higher. He may not have claimed the Home Run Derby crown at his home park back in July, but he’s making up for it in due time.