San Francisco Giants outfielder Mac Williamson didn’t have a friendly welcome for Washington Nationals reliever Shawn Kelley, on Kelley’s first pitch of Monday night’s game at AT&T Park.

Williamson blasted a Kelley fastball 464 feet into right-center field, which actually doesn’t clear the wall by too much at this part of AT&T Park. This area of the field is known as “Triples Alley,” where doubles usually become triples, and should-be home runs usually fall short and result in triples.

But Williamson certainly had enough power, and to the opposite field. This is a very impressive dinger:

That’s Barry Bonds territory.

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