It's officially the offseason, which means we're lacking real hard news (Ryan Fitzpatrick will hopefully latch onto a team at some point this summer) at times, which means summer stars like Rob Gronkowski and J.J. Watt are going to receive their fair share of the upcoming headlines.

I'm not sure there's a better way to start the summer than watching Watt crush some home runs. So, let's watch him do that, as he did on Saturday at the Astros' Minute Maid Park.

Reminder: The left-field seats are just 315 feet away from home-plate. According to Sports Illustrated's Extra Mustard, that's Roger Clemens pitching to Watt. So, Watt now owns the honor of homering off of Clemens.

Left-center, on the other hand, is 362-feet deep. Brian Cushing couldn't quite make it out of the ballpark in that area (in the video below), even if he cleared the unofficial boundary. Cushing did, however, hit five home runs.

The real star of Watt's charity baseball game, though, wasn't Watt or Cushing. It was Texans teammate, Vince Wilfork, who showed up in overalls.

J.J. Watt is pretty good at sports other than football. USATSI