Brock Holt doesn't have particularly impressive power, as his career high for home runs in a season sits at just seven.
As far as one fan at Tropicana Field is concerned, though, the Red Sox utility player has more than enough power to knock a man off his feet...literally.
Holt hit a line drive down the left field line hit a fan, blasting him right out of his chair in foul territory.
Brock Holt didn’t knock the run in but he did knock this guy over pic.twitter.com/4IC0Qi1bB3— Jason Mastrodonato (@JMastrodonato) April 1, 2018
Holt was close to getting pushed off of the Opening Day roster this season and looks to prove his doubters wrong with a strong year.
The 29-year-old is one of the most versatile fill-in guys in the league and is a capable bench bat, though he struggled last season with a paltry .200 batting average.
Holt won't convince the Red Sox that he deserves to be on the team by hitting fans in foul territory, but the team will be more than satisfied if Holt starts hitting fans in the bleachers. And that's only a difference of about 15 feet.