Did anyone see the Travis Hafner bomb yesterday? ESPN’s HR tracker had this thing at 481 feet. He hit it out to right field, so it automatically looks even bigger than that since the fence is so much closer there than in center. Anyway, video here… you can’t see the ball land, all you can see is people in the last row of seats turning around to look behind them.2006 seems like forever ago, eh Travy? 42 HR, .308 avg, 100 runs, 117 RBI… all in only 129 games! He is off to a solid start this year with 2 round trippers in 6 games. His HR/FB rate is 25%! While throwing that stat out after 6 games is more for comical effect than validity, if he can slog through 130 or 140 games this year, maintain his current fly ball rate (45%) and duplicate his HR/FB rate from last year (14.4%) we could be looking at 25-30 HR and a half way decent average. Not a horrible early season gamble on someone owned in 9% of Yahoo! leagues. After all, that type of thinking worked out pretty good for Berkman owners last year, right?