Youngest Player in MLB Clobbers First Homerun

Michael Harris, the youngest player in the MLB, went deep for the first time last night. 
Harris is ranked fifty-sixth out of the league's top prospects. He was called up directly from the Braves' AA affiliate, the Mississippi Braves, after starting in forty-three games this season. 
And while the hop from AA to pro may seem like a large one, his stats tell the story. Harris has a triple slash line of .305/.372/.506 this year in Mississippi, along with five homeruns, thirty-three RBIs, and eleven stolen bases.  
Harris crushed his first homerun last night: a 388-foot opposite field homer off Kyle Finnigan in the eighth inning.  
Harris has appeared in sixteen major league games this season, and his success has carried over. Batting .293/.317/.466, with one homerun, seven RBIs, and ten runs scored.
For such a young player, Harris has been awfully impressive during his first sixty pro plate appearances. 
Last night's homer only seems to suggest that this success will continue.  

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