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This 230-Pound Monster 12-Year-Old is Already Hitting Home Runs 400 Feet

Playing for the U-12 USA team, Leyland Henry Jr. is built like an MLB player. At 12 years old, he hits it just as far.

The U-12 Baseball World Cup is in progress, and 12-year-old U.S. slugger Leyland Henry Jr. made his mark on the tournament with a monstrous, 400-foot grand slam against Chinese Taipei.

Yes, you read that right: A 12-year-old not only hit a home run, it also went 400 feet.

Henry is built differently, at 5-foot-11 and 230 pounds according to his bio. Playing first base, this is a kid we need to keep an eye on as he gets older. Remember, he's 12 years old. Can somebody check his birth certificate?

It's incredible how massive this shot was.

Some have compared this young man to former Chicago White Sox slugger and first baseman Frank Thomas.

He'll be draft-eligible in 2029.

Henry finished the game 3-for-4, including that home run and its four RBIs.

And for your enjoyment here are some of his other monster blasts:

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