Just absolutely obliterated.
Cain's arm looks a little like jelly after making this catch, but Royals fans are used to seeing Cain make plays like this. Cain ranks second only to Leonys Martin in defensive runs saved among center fielders since 2014, and he ranks eighth overall. According to Jeffrey Flanagan and Statcast, Cain's route efficiency was 98 percent on a batted ball that goes for a hit about 89 percent of the time.
A pitcher competing with sluggers? Yes please.
Known masher Giancarlo Stanton is responsible, of course. It's not a dinger though. It had a launch speed of 120.3 mph on a 79.2 mph pitch.
StatCast's measurements on Brandon Crawford's home runs were nearly identical on his two opposite-field blasts in Atlanta. ESPN's Home Run Tracker disagrees just a bit.