White Sox Matt Davidson and Todd Frazier Obliterate Back-To-Back Dingers


Yesterday, the White Sox anihilated the baseball against the Blue Jays. They managed to score eleven runs, which was led by Melky Cabrera. However, Matt DavidSon did not hit a home run, which allowed for his home run streak to end at four games. The White Sox went up against the Blue Jays again, and the bats continued to scorch. In the second inning, Todd Frazier put the White Sox on the board first, when he hit a solo shot off of, Marcus Stroman.

The home run was Todd Frazier’s eleventh on the year. That pitch was obliterated into the left field deck, but it didn’t stop there. Matt Davidson was the next batter up, and like Frazier, took Stroman deep to take a 2-0 lead over the Blue Jays.

Matt Davidson hit his fifteenth on the year, which leads the team. His home run streak may have ended, but Davidson has now hit five home runs in the last six games.

This is the fourth time this year, that the White Sox have hit back to back home runs, and it wouldn’t surprise fans, if it happened again sooner, rather than later. Here is the breakdown of the Matt Davidson home run. With an exit velocity of 103 MPH, that ball traveled 414 ft.

Todd Frazier had an exit velocity of 108 MPH, which landed 427 ft in the upper deck.

Don’t stop now boys. Keep the bats hot.