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The Pedro Alvarez Prayer Worked: All Twelve Pedro Homeruns


Dear Lord,

Yeah, it’s us again.   Thank you for answering our prayer to you yesterday.  Everyone always told us prayer works, and Lord,  did it work yesterday.

Your smiling-like-a-schoolgirl servant,




Holy shit, did you see what Pedro did today? Two MORE absolute bombs in Cleveland – this time on 90 and 96 mph heat after El Toro crushed two yesterday on 92 and 97 mph fastballs.  The Alvarez hot streak pushed his season homer total to twelve. Be sure to go to homerun tracker and check it out

When Pedro hits a bomb.  It travels an average of 397 feet.  Average.

So here you go, each of the Pedro Alvarez home runs this season:

8APR: The first homer came off Phillies right hander Vance Worley in the fifth inning of the opening series in Pittsburgh. The towering blast traveled a true distance of 403 feet. The majestic bomb had an apex of 117 feet.

18APR: The second homer came off Daniel Hudson in Arizona. Alvarez hit the ball 380 feet into the Chase Field stands to tie the game at one a piece.

25APR: This bomb tied up the game with the Rockies. Pedro crushed it 393 feet at a speed of 108.7 mph off his bat.

25APR: Pedro’s fourth bomb was of the Gong Show variety, as it nearly brought down the right field foul pole at PNC Park when he crushed a seventh inning pitch from Juan Nicasio. The missile never got higher than 58 feet from the ground. Listen to this blast

30APR: Pedro welcomed southpaw Mike Minor into his homerun club when he crushed his fifth blast of the year 412 feet into the Atlanta sunshine, breaking a 2-2 tie in the fourth inning.

1MAY: Adam Wainwright served up this 416 foot monster at Busch Stadium. There is no word on injuries caused by the blast.

3MAY: Pedro ripped his seventh of the season off Jake Westbrook of the Cardinals. The standard distance had this two-run, go ahead bomb at 410 feet. Video.

27MAY: Pedro’s 8th homer was served up by right hander Matt Garza in the first inning, and gave the Bucs an early 3-0 lead. The ball reached an apex of 122 feet, the most towering blast of the year for Alvarez. The video is here.

16JUNE: Alvarez had just enough distance on this solo homer in the second inning, which tied the game for the Pirates. We especially enjoyed the disgusted faces of the Indians fans in the video after the Pedro bomb lands.

16JUNE: Pedro vaults the visiting Pittsburgh Pirates fans to their feet in the top of the ninth inning. Sweet music to our ears;  listen to the Bucs fans take over the Jake in the video.

17JUNE: Alvarez belted a three-run home run to right field, giving the Pirates a 3-2 lead, their first of the game.  Video

17JUNE: Pedro sent Pittsburgh fans into a seizure with this one. It was crushed.  Pedro took an Esmil Rogers fastball deep for his second three-run home run of the game, extending the Pirates lead to 9-4 in the fifth inning.  Video