Coco Crisp HR 2014-04-03

Trot Times for April 3, 2014

Your early leaders in the 2014 home run sweepstakes are Brandon Belt and Alejandro de Aza, who each hit their third home runs of the young season on Thursday. It’s all playing out just as everyone foretold.

Let’s get to the trots!

Home Run of the Day: Coco Crisp, Oakland Athletics – 18.24 seconds [video]
12th inning walkoff home run! Crisp hustled around the bases, arm raised in victory, before racing through his teammates, who surrounded the plate in celebration. That’s always a better choice than jumping onto plate and breaking your leg.

Slowest Trot: Adam Dunn, Chicago White Sox – 24.48 seconds [video]
Adam Dunn home runs — this one a shot into the right field bleachers — are almost enough to make putting up with a Hawk Harrelson home run call worth it. Almost.

Quickest Trot: Coco Crisp, Oakland Athletics – 18.24 seconds [video]
Though Crisp gets the credit, he ended in a virtual tie with San Francisco’s Angel Pagan, who completed his trot in 18.27 seconds. Pagan’s home run was much prettier, however, landing far into the second deck of Chase Field.

All of Today's Trots

Adam Dunn.........24.48      Mike Olt..........20.92
Ryan Zimmerman....23.62      Marcus Semien.....20.88
Jhonny Peralta....23.39      Michael Cuddyer...20.84
Evan Longoria.....22.95      Paul Goldschmidt..20.53
Todd Frazier #2...22.83      Josmil Pinto......20.48*
Todd Frazier #1...22.59      Brandon Hicks.....20.12
Jay Bruce.........21.96      Alejandro de Aza..18.71
Brandon Belt......21.17      Angel Pagan.......18.27
Mark Trumbo.......21.17      Coco Crisp........18.24

Click here for the ongoing 2014 Tater Trot Tracker Leaderboard. You can also follow @TaterTrotTrkr on Twitter for more up-to-the-minute trot times.

Larry Granillo

About Larry Granillo

Larry Granillo has been writing Wezen Ball since 2008 and has dealt with such touchy topics as Charlie Brown's baseball stats and Ferris Bueller's day off. In 2010, he got the bright idea to time every home run trot in baseball; he has been missing ever since.

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