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In the wee hours of Wednesday morning, Ben Lindbergh showed us the strength of Matt Holliday. Some 17 hours later Chris Davis hit a home run that begged for an examination of his strength. Take a look at this baby. At first glance it might appear as nothing more than your standard opposite-field blast. Look a closer at the location of the pitch at the point of contact:

It's tough to see but that pitch is off the plate, yet Davis gets enough of it to drive it out. The takeaway: Davis is a very strong human being.

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brukru
4/04
He was left unprotected in my scoresheet league, I got him now, Crush is the man.
RJAnderson
4/04
If you get the chance check out his double from last night. Breaking ball down and in and he smoked it as well.
LoneStarDugout
4/04
True story: I saw him hit a broken-bat opposite-field home run in Tulsa once. I think he actually did it again in the big leagues last season.
shakyhands
4/04
what about last year against the pirates(?) where he hit a broken bat home run. never seen that before...