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.
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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.