Arizona Diamondbacks

Paul Goldschmidt crushed the longest homer of his career

21 Comments

Diamondbacks first baseman Paul Goldschmidt hit the longest home run of his career Wednesday night, going 482 feet to left-center off Cardinals right-hander John Lackey.

Seriously, look where this ball ended up. It’s ridiculous.

Goldschmidt has been a great hitter since the moment he debuted in 2011, but he’s taken things to another level this season by hitting a career-high .331 with 25 homers, 96 walks, a league-leading 94 RBIs, and a career-high 1.017 OPS in 125 games.