Dodgers Max Muncy Hits a Grand Slam to Tie for the Highest Home Run of the Season
In the top of the 4th inning with the Dodgers up 1-0, Max Muncy came back from injury with the idea of hitting a low line drive to center field with the bases loaded.
What happened next was one of the greatest home runs you’ll ever see:
One pitch, GRAND SLAM. pic.twitter.com/jMC8iG5XEz
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) September 25, 2019
#Dodgers 5 @ #Padres 0 [T4-2o]:
Max Muncy hits a grand slam (34) to RF
Hit: 365.84ft, 108.44mph, 42.54°?
Pitch: 95.9mph Four-Seam Fastball (RHP Gerardo Reyes, 3) pic.twitter.com/Ih9LnSVTR1
— Home Run Tracker (@DingerTracker) September 25, 2019
.@alannarizzo talks post-game with @maxmuncy9 following his first career grand slam in tonight's #Dodgers win over the Padres. pic.twitter.com/ogcS5mJwvw
— SportsNet LA (@SportsNetLA) September 25, 2019
According to Alanna Rizzo of SportsNetLA, this home run tied Joc Pederson for the “highest” home run hit on the team this season and according to Allie Clifton, the 7th highest home run based on degrees of the 2019 season.