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SportCops called after Yelich hits boat with batting practice HR

00:15  06 july  2019
00:15  06 july  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

VIDEO: Christian Yelich Blasts His Hardest and Longest Homer Ever on Statcast

VIDEO: Christian Yelich Blasts His Hardest and Longest Homer Ever on Statcast Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich is looking to repeat as NL MVP this season, and on Thursday night, he added to that case by recording his 28th homer of the season. 

Yelich enters the final weekend before the All-Star Break hitting .328 with 31 homers and 67 RBI. Christian Yelich did a practice round for the Home Run Derby at PNC Park today with former Marlins coach Pat Shine. He broke the window of a boat parked in the Allegheny River outside right field.

Cops called after Milwaukee Brewers star Christian Yelich hit a ball completely out of PNC Park, hitting a window of a beat in the Allegheny River. Christian Yelich did a practice round for the Home Run Derby at PNC Park today with former Marlins coach Pat Shine. He broke the window of a boat

Cops called after Yelich hits boat with batting practice HR© Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports

Milwaukee Brewers star and reigning NL MVP Christian Yelich can absolutely rake.

He’s in the midst one of the greatest statistical seasons for a hitter in recent history. Yelich enters the final weekend before the All-Star Break hitting .328 with 31 homers and 67 RBI.

Yelich has also now accomplished another feat. In preparation for Monday night’s Home Run Derby, the star hit a ball completely out of PNC Park in Pittsburgh. Not only that, it hit a window of a boat parked in the Allegheny River. The cops were called. Yelich was not arrested.

The beauty of this story knows no bounds. Yelich literally went out there and broke the window of a boat parked in the Allegheny River. Just let that sink in for a second.

While this didn’t happen during a game, we’re still going to go ahead and reward Yelich with a homer. There’s nothing else left to be done here.

Related slideshow: 2019 MLB season (provided by imagn)

Cops called after Yelich hits boat with batting practice HR
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