Jay Bruce becomes all-time HR leader at Great American Ball Park

BY Kevin Berger • May 18, 2016

Move over Adam Dunn there is a new home run leader at Great American Ball Park. On Wednesday night, Cincinnati Reds' right fielder Jay Bruce passed Adam Dunn with the most home runs hit at the field the Reds call home.

In the fourth inning of Wednsday's night's game agaisnt the in-state rival Cleveland Indians, Jay Bruce hit a towering home run into the Cincinnati sky over the right field wall for his 127th career home run at Great American Ball Park surpassing Reds' great Adam Dunn.

 

 

Bruce went on to hit his second home run of the game in the 8th inning making it 128 all-time homers at Great American Ball Park.

At 29 years old, Bruce has hit 216 career home runs all as a member of the Cincinnati Reds.

 

 



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