Touch 'em all!
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Keon Broxton smashed a 489-foot home run against the St. Louis Cardinals Thursday, which is the longest home run ever at New Busch Stadium since it opened in 2006.
— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) June 16, 2017
Broxton's colossal dinger was the second longest home run of the season. New York's Aaron Judge walloped a 495-foot homer over the weekend.
Broxton has nine home runs this season, and is batting .232/.298/.449.
Milwaukee defeated the Cardinals 6-4 on Thursday, giving them the series win and three in a row over the division rival. The Brewers (36-32) are in first place in the NL Central.