Hunter Renfroe has not torn the world apart since coming back from the injured list on June 7th against the Phillies, only batting 0.200 in this time. But he made a splash in the three-game weekend set in Cincinnati with three bombs off three different types of pitches. The Brewers took all three games, and took back a share of first in the N.L. Central as the Cardinals dropped two of three in Boston against the Red Sox.. Now, onto the home runs.
Hunter Renfroe: June 17th
The first home run Renfroe hit in this series came on Friday against Hunter Green when he sent a 98.3 MPH 4-seam fastball an expected 400 ft. to left field. This made it a 3 to 0 ballgame in the top of the 4th, scoring Rowdy Tellez and Andrew McCutchen. It came off the bat at 110.1 MPH with a launch angle of 19°.
Hunter Renfroe: June 18th
The second home run coming on Saturday against Luis Cessa in the 7th added the final run of the game, making it 7 to 3. The 82.7 MPH slider left the ballpark at 105.0 MPH with a launch angle of 23° for an expected distance of 409 feet out to left field once again.
Hunter Renfroe: June 19th
The final bomb happened on Sunday. This came off of a 90.4 MPH Joel Kuhnel changeup and soared to left field. This added a couple insurance runs in the 7th by scoring Andrew McCutchen once again, making the game 6 to 3. This ball left the bat at a whopping 108.3 MPH with a launch angle of 28°, landing an expected 444 feet from home plate.
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