Shortstop Dansby Swanson hit a pair of homers Thursday afternoon to complete the sweep of the Atlanta Braves on the San Francisco Giants.
As the leadoff hitter for the Georgia team, the 28-year-old Swanson hit the ball out of the park off Alex Wood, the Bay Area's left-handed starter.
According to Baseball Savant, the Swanson connection recorded a muzzle velocity of 106.7 miles per hour and traveled 436 feet.
Later, in the fourth inning, the native of Kennesaw again exhibited his power, but this time the victim was Zack Littell.
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According to the aforementioned page dedicated to advanced statistics, Swanson's second home run went out at 101.9 miles per hour and traveled 398 feet at Truist Park.
The star infielder has three homers in the past two games and six so far in June.
On this day, the productive player went 4-3, with two runs scored and three RBIs to reach 41 for the season. Plus, he raised his average to .302.
With an eye on the Mets
The victory of this commitment went to Kyle Wright (8-4), after a job of five and a third innings, the defeat for Wood (5-6) and the save was scored by Kenley Jansen.
Grateful ❤️🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/jzAmIq9c7f— Kenley Jansen (@kenleyjansen74) June 23, 2022
With this victory, Brian Snitker's squad was four games behind the New York Mets, líderHe is from the East Division of the National League.