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You can watch all 52 of Jose Bautista's homers in 2 minutes

Sep 27, 2010, 3:19 PM EDT

I’m not sure if MLB.com has done this for other hitters in the past or if it’s a special thing for perhaps the most unlikely 50-homer hitter in baseball history, but they put together a video showing all 52 of Jose Bautista’s homers in the span of two minutes, 16 seconds.
Click here to watch it.
It was weirdly mesmerizing, like one of those “Magic Eye” posters where you eventually see an image appear if you stare at it long enough or women’s tennis.

  1. okobojicat - Sep 27, 2010 at 3:27 PM

    There is a whole lot of absolutely hanging sliders in that montage. Ouch.

  2. BC - Sep 27, 2010 at 3:35 PM

    That’s pretty cool. What would be cooler would be a video of all 200+ strikeouts by Mark Reynolds. Maybe speed it up a little, and put it to the tune of the “Benny Hill” theme song….

  3. andrewlw - Sep 27, 2010 at 3:38 PM

    mesmerizing indeed.

  4. Proudly Canadian - Sep 27, 2010 at 3:49 PM

    It was nice to see an extended look at a home run against Burnett. It would be great if #53 is against A. J. (Take the money and run.) Burnett tonight. His departure from Toronto left Jay’s fans with a sour taste. At least, A. J. is now the Yankees problem.

  5. Jeff J. Snider - Sep 27, 2010 at 3:59 PM

    I wonder what the record is for most home runs in a season without a single one to the opposite field. I know most power hitters are pull hitters, but EVERY SINGLE ONE???

  6. The Dangerous Mabry - Sep 27, 2010 at 4:31 PM

    Does Bautista’s season give validity to some of the outlier performances we’ve seen in the past 20 years (think Brady Anderson)? I’m sure this discussion has been had, but I haven’t been party to it. If everyone believes that Bautista’s performance isn’t “enhanced”, then shouldn’t we revisit the previous achievements that most people want to believe were “obviously” the result of PEDs and consider the fact that maybe those players were just as clean? Again, I apologize if the world has come to a consensus on this already and I’ve missed it.

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