Yahoo Sports recaps the Top 3 blasts from the Division Series’, highlighted by Giancarlo Stanton's 458-footer
- Thompson deals to Voit, and a swing and a drive. That is way back and way gone. And Voit knocks one out of here to put the Yankees on the board first. His first start the postseason. A flip-flop in the batting order. And Voit, a no-doubter.
- This is in the air to right center field. That's struck well back towards the pavilion and gone. Opposite-field home run for Chad Pinder. Had two during the regular season. Hits in the three spot today for Bob Melvin and hits one out of the yard and makes it a 1-run contest.
- Matt Olson tells me this guy's got as much opposite-field pop as anybody on the team. We've seen a few home runs, and we've looked at each other and been like, eh. This was not one of those.
- Now the 1-1. Swung on. There it goes in deep left field. It is high, it is far, it is gone to the back of the second deck. We're doing the game from a monitor. As he swung, I knew it was out without seeing the ball.
A Stantonian home run. Giancarlo [SPEAKING ITALIAN]. So his second home run of the game, and the Yankees are right back in the game. It's a 3-run blast, and the Yankees now trail 5-4.
- And you know who else knew as soon as the ball was hit and didn't have to look? And that was Tyler Glasnow, who just turned around. Didn't even look at it. Oh, as soon as he heard that sound. And this is just what we were talking about before. When Giancarlo Stanton is healthy, he can carry a team.