Oakland A's outfielder Skye Bolt hits first career major league home run


sent a jolt through the Oakland Coliseum on Saturday. With the A's leading comfortably against the Royals in the eighth inning, Bolt added some insurance with a solo homer to lead off the frame. The 410-foot blast was Bolt's first career homer. It's been a rollercoaster year for the 2015 fourth-round draft pick out of North Carolina. (NBC Sports)

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Oakland A's outfielder Skye Bolt hits first career major league home run


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