"Royals outfielder/designated hitter Jorge Soler surpassed Mike Moustakas as the franchise’s single-season home run king on Tuesday night at Kauffman Stadium.
Soler, a native of Cuba, launched his 39th home run of the year, a towering three-run blast to left-center field with two outs, off a 2-2 pitch from Detroit Tigers left-handed pitcher Daniel Norris.
The home run traveled an estimated 431 feet. Soler, 27, surpassed his former teammate Moustakas’ mark of 38 home runs set in 2017. The Royals still have 23 games remaining this season after Tuesday night."
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