Chadwick Tromp saved his first career home run in the big leagues for a good time.
The catcher's two-run blast gave the Giants a 5-5 tie with the Texas Rangers in the bottom of the sixth inning on Sunday. This one was a no-doubter, too.
Tromp took an 89 mph fastball from Jesse Chavez on a 3-2 count and crushed it to the left-field bleachers. The long ball came off the bat at 103.6 mph and went an estimated 382 feet.
Tromp, 25, has 25 career home runs in the minor leagues. He hit nine last season, which was a career high.
Manager Gabe Kapler believes in Tromp's power and has said time after time that his swing plays in the majors. The catcher proved him right with a loud swing of the bat.
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