NFL superstar & Blue Jays' AAA affiliate Home Run Derby was as awesome as it sounds

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On Sunday, May 7, Sahlen Field, the home of the Blue Jays' Triple-A affiliate Buffalo Bisons, held the third annual softball charity game hosted by Buffalo Bills safety Micah Hyde.

Hyde, 32, owns the Imagine for Youth Foundation, which helps children who are financially disadvantaged thrive athletically and academically by providing the children with supplies, resources and equipment. The softball event is hosted by Hyde and his wife, Amanda, and sells out every year.

The 2023 installment saw Hyde bringing a familiar face with him, one that took jumped right into a Home Run Derby, launching big flies left and right.

NFL superstar Josh Allen shows up at Blue Jays' Triple-A affiliate ballpark and hits dingers.

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen, a teammate of Hyde's, joined in on the fun and got right to it.

Allen, 26, is a two-time Pro Bowl selection and has been one of the most dynamic players in the league, both with his throwing arm and his legs. He is coming off of a season in which he led the Bills to a 13-3 record, throwing 35 touchdowns and scoring an additional seven on the ground.

To the surprise of virtually nobody, the man is a super athlete and can swing a bat exceptionally well, too. In various clips found around the internet, Allen is seen absolutely annihilating softballs, sending a total of four into the outfield bleachers and even one or two out the park entirely.

Allen is the defending champion of this annual Home Run Derby, so he sat out until his opponent in the finals was crowned. Bills linebacker A.J. Klein was serving as the pitcher in the event, throwing to Allen, offensive tackle Spencer Brown and defensive end A.J. Epenesa.

Brown defeated Epenesa and faced off against his quarterback in the finals. The two "tied", but the clips we found seem to show who the real winner was here.