Watch: Giancarlo Stanton hits 440-Foot homer with with back foot slipping vs. Orioles

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Amanda Paula
Wednesday June 19, 2024

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Giancarlo Stanton provided a notable moment during the New York Yankees’ loss to the Baltimore Orioles at Yankee Stadium. In the seventh inning, Stanton smashed a ball 440 feet at 113 mph off the bat, hardly using his back foot.

The incredible home run hit by Giancarlo Stanton left even Aaron Judge speechless. At that point, the Yankees’ captain was in the dugout as he was sidelined from the game due to an injury sustained last Tuesday.

June 19, 2024. Yankees' captain Aaron Judge reacts Giancarlo Stanton's homer against the Baltimore Orioles.
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Watch the impressive moment below:

Giancarlo Stanton vs. Orioles

Giancarlo Stanton continued to strengthen his All-Star Game candidacy with two clutch hits late in the game against the Orioles. Despite his efforts, the Yankees couldn’t secure a win at Yankee Stadium and fell to Baltimore, 7-6, in 10 innings on Wednesday night.

In the seventh inning, Giancarlo Stanton hit a massive 440-foot, three-run home run, bringing the score to 5-4. Then, in the ninth, he delivered a game-tying RBI single to left field with an exit velocity of 120 mph, scoring Anthony Volpe from second base and sending the game into extra innings.

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