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Mets pitcher Bartolo Colon absolutely ripped a base hit during Saturday’s game against the Marlins.

By SI Wire
June 04, 2016

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Mets pitcher Bartolo Colon absolutely ripped a base hit during Saturday’s game against the Marlins.

During the top of the fifth inning, Colon offered at a 1–0 fastball from southpaw Justin Nicolino and hit it into leftfield to record a leadoff single. The ball left Colon’s bat at 108.4 mph, and was his second hit of the season.

Colon’s offensive escapades have been well-documented. In early May, he hit his first career home run, an event that was celebrated across the baseball world. 

That home run left Colon’s bat at just 96 mph.

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This shellacking will surely make Colon’s offensive highlight reel. “A Bart Bullet,” as Mets announcer Gary Cohen perfectly put it.

– Kenny Ducey

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