Curtis Granderson hits home run onto Eutaw Street for park record

September 11, 2013|By Nicholas Fouriezos | The Baltimore Sun

When New York Yankees outfielder Curtis Granderson nailed a home run over the right field flag court in the fifth inning Wednesday, his hit made history. It was the 10th home run this season to land on Eutaw Street, a Camden Yards single-season record.

Nine homers were hit onto Eutaw Street last year.

Granderson's homer traveled 422 feet and was the 76th to land on Eutaw Street in park history and the 46th by a visiting player. It was Granderson's second time doing it.

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