Jac Caglianone’s power stroke knows no limits, and Florida’s dynamic first baseman and pitcher delivered a touch of history Friday night!

Entering Friday’s game, Caglianone was riding a streak of 8 straight games with a home run. His 8th straight game was Thursday’s series opener vs. Vanderbilt with an opposite-field shot to left.

Facing the Commodores again, Caglianone started the second game of the series 0-for-2 but came back around in the 6th inning with Vanderbilt leading 3-1. “Jactani” delivered, smashing a drive deep into the night beyond the right field fence.

The drive came off the bat at a blistering 109 mph and was projected at 401 feet:

Caglianone’s blast ties Tyler Bosetti of Nevada (2021) for the most consecutive games with a home run at 9. The only other players with a streak of at least 8 games are Duke’s Ryan Jackson and Georgia Tech’s Andy Bruce (1991).

As Caglianone chases history, his stock to be the No. 1 overall pick in the MLB Draft continues to grow. He’s now hitting .453 with 15 home runs vs. lefties according to the ESPN broadcast, and he’s slugging an otherworldly 1.156 against lefties.

Can Caglianone set the outright record in Saturday’s series finale? Stay tuned!