VIDEO: Remembering When Brandon Belt Hit the Giants' Longest Home Run of the Last Decade

Jason Schandl
Video of Brandon Belt hitting the San Francisco Giants' longest home run of the last decade.
Video of Brandon Belt hitting the San Francisco Giants' longest home run of the last decade. / YouTube: MLB
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The San Francisco Giants haven't exactly been one of the MLB's premier power hitting teams lately, but that doesn't mean they haven't had their moments.

Brandon Belt had some struggles in 2019, but back in 2015 he crushed the Giants' longest home run of the past 10 years.

This 475-foot bomb was certainly aided by the thin air at Coors Field, but with a 107.0 mile per hour exit velocity, it would have been a deep homer at any ballpark.

Belt has never been a huge slugger either, even back in 2015. He did post a career-high in home runs that year, but that still just meant hitting 18.

Belt may not be a Giant for much longer, as he's set to become an unrestricted free agent following the 2021 season, but that home run is still one to remember.


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