Giants prospect Bishop blasts homer in AFL Fall Stars Game


Of the 14 hits in Saturday night's Arizona Fall League All-Star Game, none had a higher exit velocity than Giants prospect Hunter Bishop's towering 412-foot home run.

Bishop, the Giants' No. 6 prospect, had his blast was measured at a 107.1 exit velocity.

The former first-round draft pick was limited to just 16 minor-league games across three levels in 2021 as he dealt with a right shoulder injury. Bishop had been without a home run in his previous 46 plate appearances in the AFL, so this shot must have felt incredible.

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An added note that should make Giants fans smile is Bishop's home run came off of Logan Knack, the Los Angeles Dodgers' No. 8 prospect per MLB Pipeline.

Giants ace Logan Webb took notice of Bishop's home run, and gave the former Arizona State star a shoutout on Twitter.

Perhaps we will see Webb and Bishop share a lineup card sometime in the next few years for the Giants. 

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