I knew that thing was mashed, but holy shit, didn’t realize it was mashed 493 feet. That number is good for the longest HR of the year. Straightaway centerfield, one hopping up to the concourse. Would have left the stadium in tons of other parks. What a blast from the kid. I love the guy. Brought up the majors a year early because of injuries and has played phenomenal defense, hits for power in key situations, and swipes bases at a pretty good clip. The Nats ended up losing last night, but we’ll all remember the time Michael A Taylor crushed the ball nearly 500 feet. He’s the real deal and will be patrolling center for the Nats for years to come.
in “tons of other ball parks” the air isnt that thin so it wouldnt have gone that far. science.
.500 record for the team with “5 aces.” Wizards season ends on a buzzer beater that doesnt count. Ovechkin is the Carmelo of the NHL. And the redskins, enough said. Even KFC feels bad for you
Hate how everyone feels the need to pronounce his middle initial
Long Home Runs and Field Goals don’t count in Denver
Hey, you made it through an entire blog without using any bitch ass slang like Yabo or Armstrong. Doesn’t it feel good not to sound like a fucking D bag every once in a while? Keep it up.
that blurb read like it was written by a 7th grader.
yeah who won that game, anyway?
way to bury the lead that they lost the game
Waters wet, the sky is blue, when the Nats lose Nate will blog about a meaningless home run they hit.
@sandovals_gunt destroying Nate’s entire world at 10:30 am = ruthless.
Also Nate, you could not have picked a worse vine to showcase this homerun.
@tyrion *lede just FYI.
“Will be patrolling center field for the Nats for years to come”. Or until the moment he hits free agency and realizes he’s been playing for the Nationals in Washington fuckin DC his whole career. Kinda like Harper.
@unit91 actually both are correct. Lead was first, then they added the alternative spelling of lede to distinguish a newspaper lead from the metal lead. I give you 10 points for knowing the word “lede” to begin with, but I deduct 20 for incorrectly trying to point out someone else’s mistake.
@loudnoises “lead” isn’t technically incorrect, but “lede” is the convention. And it is perfectly acceptable pedantry to point out a mistake of convention. So I’ll take those 20 points back, thanks.
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