In the third inning of that game, LaVine stepped to the plate against Mariners legend Bret Boone, and he absolutely unloaded on a pitch, nearly hitting the ball into the right field bleachers.
Yes, you better believe he slow-rolled the trot to first base after this blast:
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LaVine wasn’t done either. With former Mariner Mike Cameron, who hit four home runs in a single game at Guaranteed Rate Field back in the day, at the dish, LaVine showed off his defensive ability by robbing a home run at the fence in center field.
After his star turn in Seattle, LaVine’s camp will likely turn back to the business at hand, as league sources have told Bulls Insider KC Johnson that the team has had preliminary discussions with the Philadelphia 76ers and Portland Trail Blazers about the forward’s availability on the trade market.