Smoked: Olivares’ homer leads to smoking Kaufmann Stadium scoreboard in win over Nationals
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Edward Olivares made quite the impression on Sunday.
A smoking impression on the scoreboard in left field.
Olivares hit a 452-foot solo homer in the eighth inning of Kansas City’s 3-2 win against Washington that damaged a scoreboard at Kaufmann Stadium.
The massive drive darkened a small strip on the left side of the scoreboard, and smoke was seen coming from the area where the ball landed.
The 27-year-old Olivares connected against Chad Kuhl, tying it at 2. It was his fourth homer of the season.
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