Mar 18, 2010, 6:45 PM EDT
“It was nice, man. Dad gum, he got all of it. Old man can still hit a little bit.”
– Tim Hudson, commenting on Chipper Jones’ titanic blast of a home run in today’s game against the Marlins. According to Dave O’Brien of the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the homer landed on the roof of the Marlins office building beyond left field fence of Roger Dean Stadium (pic). Fans told O’Brien that such a blast happens only once every couple of years at the most.
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