Dom Brown ripped a rope last night that looked like it didn't have a chance of leaving the yard. It wasn't that he didn't get enough of it, because he laced that ball. It just didn't look like it had enough elevation. Alas, he hit it so hard it found it's way over the fence in ridiculously quick fashion. In fact, it was the quickest home run from bat to crowd in all of baseball this year according to ESPN's stats people.
Domonic Brown’s 2nd inning home run left the park in 3.19 seconds, the quickest HR from the crack of the bat to landing this season.
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 3, 2013