Watch Red Sox’s Andrew Benintendi Belt Deep Home Run Vs. Twins

Andrew Benintendi might not look like your stereotypical power hitter, but the Boston Red Sox outfielder has some pop.

The 22-year-old showed off his home run power in the third inning of Friday night’s game against the Minnesota Twins.

Benintendi sat on a hanging changeup from Twins starter Phil Hughes and belted a home run over the center field fence at Target Field, cutting Minnesota’s lead to 2-1.

It was Benintendi’s fourth long ball of the season, putting him one behind Hanley Ramirez for the team lead.

Thumbnail photo via Rick Osentoski/USA TODAY Sports Images

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