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Texas Rangers No. 2 prospect Sam Huff crushed a 502-foot home run down in Double-A on Saturday night.
The Texas Rangers saw their losing streak extend to five games after they lost 12-3 to the Oakland Athletics on Saturday night. If the Rangers fanbase wanted to cheer up and look toward their future, top prospect Sam Huff provided them with some hope.
While playing for the Double-A Frisco on Saturday, Huff crushed a game-tying, solo home run deep to left field against Amarillo. The blast measured at a staggering 502 feet!
Rangers prospect Sam Huff crushes 502-foot home run on Saturday
That is some serious power for Huff, who ranks as the No. 2 prospect in the Rangers’ farm system. Unfortunately for Frisco, they ended up losing the game by the score of 9-4.
Through 19 games with Double-A this season, Huff is slashing .211/.259/.368 while recording four home runs, 11 RBI, 11 runs scored and 16 hits. The catching prospect did have a 10-game stint at the major league level last season, where he recorded a .355 batting average, a 1.136 OPS, three home runs, four RBI, five runs scored and 11 hits.
After this mammoth home run, all eyes will be on Huff and his eventually call up to the majors.