VIDEO: Jon Singleton hits an inside the park home run

By Matt Snyder | Baseball Writer

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Astros first baseman Jon Singleton isn't about to be confused for his teammate Jose Altuve any time soon. For one, Singleton is 6-foot-2, 255 pounds. For another, he's one for three in the stolen base category this season. Yeah, he's not fleet afoot.

Still, Singleton was able to pull off an inside-the-park home run Saturday night -- with a hat-tip to Anthony Gose of the Blue Jays in center field. The video evidence:

Yes, the initial call on the field was out, but Astros manager Bo Porter challenged the call and won. And Singleton has his first career inside-the-park homer. It was his 10th homer of the season.

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