There's no better location to have Giancarlo Stanton's very first All-Star home run than in the left-center-field seats of Dodger Stadium.
One that helped win one that allowed him to win Ted Williams Award as the Chevrolet All-Star Game Most Valuable Player on Tuesday night.
"I don't know the specialness of this experience," said Stanton, who grew up just 30 minutes away from Dodger Stadium
"It's difficult to translate into words what is happening in the present. It's truly amazing. I'm taking it all in."
The two homers led two homers that led the American League to a 3-2 victory, and their ninth consecutive win in the Midsummer Classic.
Stanton and Buxton became the first team to be back-to-back players in the All-Star Game since Alex Bregman and George Springer in 2018.
"He's been a fantastic athlete for quite a lengthy period of time," AL manager Dusty Baker stated about Stanton.
"The look he's wearing like, and how he's built is a good reason to keep him all over the place for a very long duration.
"All in one circle" stated Stanton, his jersey from Tuesday's match will be going for the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.
"It's extremely special to me, and therefore I think it's as special as everything personal to me.
I have a few goals in the form of the possibility of winning an event and then going all the way to win,
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