On Tuesday, Giancarlo Stanton hit his 35th home run of the season very far into the Miami night. He hit it so far it landed in that sea of pastel-and-LED wildlife out in center field. It's no secret that Stanton destroys baseballs; the 414 feet this particular ball traveled is actually two feet shorter than his average home run distance, according to ESPN's Home Run Tracker. An average Giancarlo Stanton home run ball travels 416 feet.
Here's his scatter plot, also from Home Run Tracker:
This dude is going to get paid. Go watch him mash some more at MLB.