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Colorado Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado is considered one of the best all-around players at that position in MLB.

That includes Gold Glove ability from the hot corner and a presence at the plate that has seen him hit 37-plus homers in each of the past five seasons.

Just ask St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Michael Wacha how dominating Arenado can be.

The dude just legitimately launched a 482-foot homer off his counterpart during Tuesday’s game at Coors Field.

We’re not even going to look at the high altitude of Coors Field. That ball would have been out of all 30 MLB stadiums and likely a few football venues too. It was absolutely rocked.

In fact, the ball exited Arenado‘s bat at 108 MPH. This might be the most impressive homer we’ll ever see. That’s saying something given what has transpired during the 2019 MLB season.

Vincent Frank
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