Found April 30, 2013 on Next Impulse Sports:
Blue Jays first baseman hit one of the longest home runs we have seen in a while on Tuesday night, and it comes one night after Mark Trumbo launched a 478 foot home run. Encarnacion launched the moon shot in the fifth inning and it reached the 500 level of the Rogers Centre. Edwin Encarnacion is only the 14th player to reach 5th deck which gives you an idea for how big the dinger really was. Your browser does not support iframes. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports

Edwin Encarnacion and his arm bar home run trot

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Edwin Encarnacion hits insane HR into 5th deck

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