Red Sox Prospect Triston Casas Crushers Homer In Olympic Tune-Up

Another day, another Triston Casas homer

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Triston Casas apparently brought his power stroke to Team USA.

The Boston Red Sox top prospect homered in consecutive games before joining Team USA for its run-up to the Tokyo Olympics. And, during Tuesday’s final pre-Olympics tune-up against the Collegiate National Team, Casas belted a two-run homer to center field

Take a look:

Casas also generated buzz Monday night with this clip of his gorgeous swing.

Yeah, that’s a big league cut.

Casas, 21, was hitting .271 with six homers in 46 games with the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs before laving for the Olympics. He was Boston’s first-round pick in the 2018 Major League Baseball draft.

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