MILWAUKEE — Angels superstar Shohei Ohtani displayed his astounding power at the plate in Sunday’s 3-0 win over the Brewers, leaving his teammates, coaches and fans shaking their heads.

Ohtani belted a towering solo home run to straightaway center field with two outs in the third off Brewers pitcher Colin Rea that arched its way toward the closed roof of American Family Field. The Statcast-projected 413-foot home run had an exit velocity of 114.3 mph and a hang time of 6.98 seconds, the longest tracked in the Major Leagues this year. Overall, just 10 tracked homers so far this season had a hang time of more than 6.5 seconds.