Trevor Story put on an unreal power display Wednesday night — to say the least.

The Colorado Rockies shortstop cracked two homers off San Francisco Giants pitcher Andrew Suarez in Colorado’s 5-3 win. The second blast, in particular, was absurdly impressive.

But let’s start with the first, which Story hit in the first inning despite literally falling to the ground:

What a shot.

The 25-year-old wasn’t done there, however — not even close. Story took Suarez deep again in the fourth inning, this time with a homer that landed him in the record books.

Check this out:

The 505-foot-bomb was the longest homer in Major League Baseball’s Statcast era, which began in 2015.

Was Story’s blast aided by the notoriously thin air at Coors Field? Perhaps, but a 500-foot homer is impressive now matter how you slice it.

Story now is hitting .298 with 31 homers and 95 RBIs for the season.

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