Rockies first baseman C.J. Cron hit an estimated 504-foot moonshot against the Diamondbacks Friday night at Coors Field.
The homer came in the fourth inning off D-backs pitcher Keynan Middleton in the fourth inning. It’s also the longest recorded home run this season in Major League Baseball.
Cron’s blast is the second-longest homer of the Statcast Era, and tied Giancarlo Stanton’s blast as the longest in Coors Field history. Stanton’s 504-foot homer came back when he was playing for the Marlins on Aug. 6. 2016.
C.J. THAT BALL HAD A FAMILY pic.twitter.com/CFyD2W0wZ0
— Colorado Rockies (@Rockies) September 10, 2022