Mark Reynolds Blasts Monster 500-Foot Home Run
Check out this monstrous home run that Mark Reynolds of the Cleveland Indians belted on Friday night.
The homer took place during the sixth inning of the Indians' 7-5 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks at Goodyear Ballpark in Arizona in spring training action.
Reynolds connected on a fastball off of Arizona hurler David Hernandez, and launched it over the left center field fence, and over the massive scoreboard that sits beyond the fence.
The estimated distance of the blast is around 500 feet.
The 29-year old Reynolds is known as one of the top power hitter in the game, hitting 181 home runs in his six MLB season with the Diamondbacks and Baltimore Orioles.
After hitting 23 homers with the Orioles last season, Reynolds was signed as a free agent by the Indians during the offseason.