Jorge Soler has turned into quite the trade-deadline pick-up for the Atlanta Braves. The veteran slugger entered Tuesday night’s Game 6 against the Houston Astros with a 1.074 OPS in the World Series, and he gave the numbers a boost with an enormous home run.

With two runners on base, two outs, and a full count in the top of the third, Soler broke a scoreless tie with an incredible homer that landed over the train tracks and out of the stadium at Houston’s Minute Maid Park.

Here are multiple angles and broadcasts of the massive dinger:

That would be an amazing home run under any circumstances, but especially when it could be part of a World Series-clinching victory if Atlanta is able to hang on and win Game 6. What a bomb.

[Photo Credit: Fox]

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