Watch: Vargas launched one of the longest home runs of the season

It was the hardest-hit home run by a Twins player this year.
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Kennys Vargas put a charge into this ball on Saturday from AT&T Park in San Francisco, which tied the game at 1.

Whoa there, @kennys_vargas.

That’s 471 feet, the 3rd-longest homer of 2017. https://t.co/TC5NNSSySq#Statcastpic.twitter.com/L52zxVTPcP

— #Statcast (@statcast) June 10, 2017

According to MLB's Statcast, it was projected at 471 feet which is the third-longest dinger in the Majors this season and the longest home run by a Twins player since 2015.

Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com noted it was also the hardest-hit ball by a Twins player as it left the bat 116 mph.

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