Padres rookie outfielder Hunter Renfroe had a pretty good game on Tuesday night. He hit a three-run homer and a grand slam, driving in all the Padres' runs in their 7-1 win over the Dodgers and setting a Padres record. Yeah, pretty good. But how good could it have really been, when neither of those home runs landed on top of a building?
His two-run homer during the Padres' 6-5 win on Wednesday night, on the other hand:
There's demolishing a baseball, and then there's whatever Renfroe did to Jose De Leon's pitch in the third inning to send it all the way to the Western Metal Supply Co. building roof. Seriously, his only company are players who weren't even playing in a real game.
Two prior players had hit the roof of the Western Metal Building this year: Mark Trumbo and Giancarlo Stanton... In the Home Run Derby.- AJ Cassavell (@AJCassavell) September 29, 2016
Did we mention it was only Renfroe's seventh game in the Majors? He's certainly doing a fine job introducing himself to the fans in San Diego -- no matter where they're sitting.