The Dominican player signed a great 463-foot homer in the game against the New York Mets.
Washington Nationals got this Monday a great victory against New York Mets by 16-4 with an outstanding performance of the Dominican player Juan Soto.
The Dominican, who missed the start of the MLB campaign for testing positive for coronavirus, jumped to bat in the top of the third inning and hit a tremendous home run from 463 feet at Citi Field.
463 FEET for Juan Soto. pic.twitter.com/mHsQrIo5Km
– MLB (@MLB) August 10, 2020
That home run was the longest of Soto’s career, who was a huge part of the Nats’ World Series triumph last year. Plus, it was the fourth longest at Citi Field since 2015.
With the win, the Nationals snapped a three-game losing streak and went 5-7 in the NL East. Meanwhile, the Mets are last in the same zone, with a 7-10 record.
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