Keon Broxton demonstrated some incredible strength during Thursday night's 6-4 win over the Cardinals. With his team trailing, 2-0, in the second inning, he squared up a pitch from Michael Wacha and sent it a long, long way into left-center field.
The game was tied, 2-2, and the ball finally came to rest an unbelievable 489 feet away. It was the second-longest homer of the season -- only Aaron Judge has hit one further than Broxton so far in 2017.
After the blast, Broxton made sure to show off what made that distance possible to both his teammates and the camera.
If your arms could produce 489-foot homers, you'd kiss them, too. Hanley Ramirez would agree, anyway.