On Monday, the Washington Nationals’ Juan Soto hit a 463-foot home run at Citi Field that was the longest dinger of his career.

Well, two days later, Soto hit an even bigger blast at Citi Field. Soto turned on a pitch from New York Mets pitcher Robert Gsellman and damn near hit it out of the stadium. According to Statcast, Soto’s homer on Wednesday night went 466 feet, with an exit velocity of 112.9 mph:

Soto has two of the top five longest home runs at Citi Field since 2015. The Mets have zero:

Oh, and the obligatory reminder that Soto is still only 21 years old. What a hitting talent.

Update: Juan Soto keeps cranking dingers at Citi Field. He ended up hitting a second home run on Wednesday night.


And followed that up with a 435-foot blast to left-center field on Thursday for his fourth homer of the series.

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