Another absolute Giancarlo Stanton rocket HR has Yankees fans questioning Statcast

You gotta be kidding.
New York Yankees v Kansas City Royals
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Apologies to the folks in Kansas City. The New York Yankees are demolishing the Royals for the third night in a row, and this time jumped out to an 8-0 lead after scoring six in the first off both Danny Altavilla and Daniel Lynch IV.

Alex Verdugo got things started again with a two-run single. Anthony Rizzo hit a sac fly. And then Jose Trevino rocketed a three-run homer to right field. Demoralizing for the home team.

Cody Poteet handled his business with that big lead and didn't surrender a run until the sixth. But before that even happened the Yankees busted it open even further.

Giancarlo Stanton went yard again, and while it didn't come in a clutch spot, it was another aesthetically pleasing moonshot that stunned the broadcast and the folks at home. This one was sent out to left field.

On Tuesday night, he blasted one to dead center in what was another power display you just never see, but Yankees fans are questioning Statcast for the second night. You can't tell us this "only" went 449 feet.

Another absolute Giancarlo Stanton rocket has Yankees fans questioning Statcast

Where is it?! Did you see it? We didn't! As far as we're concerned, that's a 500-footer. The way that thing flew off the bat, it could've burst through a brick wall.

And on Tuesday night, "Statcast" told us that this shot, which cleared all of the walls in center field, went 446 feet. Who's working at HQ? Could we have a word? Where are the drones/satellites tracking these balls? Check the tech!

The Yankees offense is humming four nights in a row after fans acted like the sky was falling with the performances on Friday and Saturday when the lineup stalled a bit without Juan Soto. Was it concerning for a moment? Yes. Was it a reason to melt down in public? No.

Scoring runs like this on a consistent basis while giving the fans what they paid for in the form of this kind of Stanton entertainment is the exact reason Yankees fans should be sitting back and enjoying while waving off the infrequent lackluster performances.

Your only beef should be with Statcast, who didn't mark either of these as 1,000-foot homers.