Yordan Alvarez hit a home run so WILD that Astros changed a seat to show how far he got

The Houston Astros rookie is a favorite to win the prize

Yordan Álvarez.

Yordan Álvarez. | AP

Undoubtedly Yordan Álvarez is among the favorites to win the Rookie of the Year of the American League or perhaps he is undoubtedly already the winner of the prize.

However, before giving him a prize where he will surely appear, we will talk about the offensive capacity he demonstrates every time he stands on the plate.

Here the home run:

A great example was Monday night where he amazed everyone present with a home run so WILD that he left at a speed of 113.5 mph reaching a distance of 416 feet, no doubt, something that will be immortalized in the Astros Park.

For everyone to know the magnitude of the home run of the prodigious hitter, the Astros board agreed to change one of the seats to show how far he got.

In this link you will see the image:

A 22-year-old native of Cuba, Álvarez records a total of 24 home runs and 72 RBIs in 71 games, marking his MLB debut.