" At this point, the answer’s still no (though perhaps quantum physics would be on that list), as the star Patriots tight won Monday’s night’s celebrity home run derby in Buffalo, N.Y.
With the city hosting this year’s Triple-A All-Star Game, Gronkowski entertained his hometown fans with 13 total homers in two rounds, beating Bills CEO Russ Brandon in the second round. The fence was brought in a good deal for the celebrities, though Gronkowski did park one high over the 325-foot wall in left field once.
Despite his success, Gronkowski said he didn’t enter the contest with a ton of his usual confidence.
“It was definitely a little nerve-wracking going out there,” he said after the victory. “It kind of felt like playing a football game going out there. I was nervous. I’m not used to swinging at all.”
And despite the fact that he’s a native son of Buffalo, there were plenty of Bills fans who weren’t happy to see him and let him know about it. Fortunately for Gronkowski though, he wasn’t affected by the boos in Buffalo the way Robinson Cano was in Kansas City "
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