Cleveland Indians slugger Mark Reynolds hit one of the longest home runs of the season Monday night. The ball nearly disappeared in the Cleveland skyline before eventually landing near the top of the upper deck at Progressive Field. It officially measured out at 457 feet and marked the 10th of the season for Reynolds.
You may notice that Reynolds gives Oakland A's pitcher Jarrod Parker a pretty long stare down on his way to first base. Why the intense look, you may ask?
Well, apparently Reynolds hadn't forgotten about two at-bats before, when Parker drilled him in the back with a fastball in the first inning.
I guess this mammoth blast was a way of daring Parker to do it, again.