Yankee Stadium is a joke.
Not only is the team's name not pluralized to use as an adjective like virtually every other instance of using a team name as an adjective (unless it's a stadium for a lone Yankee?), but its dimensions make middle school hitters hitters salivate at the thought of rounding the bases after a pop-up to left or right field.
It's how Curtis Granderson whacked 84 homers in two seasons after hitting more than 23 just once before his New York Yankees career.
But just to be sure he cleared the Yanks' laughably close outfield walls, Houston Astros shortstop and future overlord of America Carlos Correa crushed his latest home run a whopping 462 feet to center field.
That monster donger was his second of the game and third through two contests.
After winning AL Rookie of the Year honors in 2015, the 21-year-old is 5-for-9 on the young season, leading the league with four runs scored and two steals.
I think it's safe to say he's pretty good at baseball.