The Colorado Rockies found a way to win last night and a big bat from The Wolfman John Gray helped do it. Last night in the bottom of the second inning Gray smashed a pitch from Cincinnati Reds pitcher Scott Feldman.
The best part is that it was John Gray's first career homerun and now the longest home run by a pitcher since since MLB's Statcast began tracking distances in 2015. It traveled a whopping 467 feet. He actually beat the old record by 21 feet and it was held by Giants pitcher Jeff Samardzija, who hit a 446-foot homer on June 16 of this season, also at Coors Field.