WATCH: Jon Lester crushes 419-foot homer vs. Marlins


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Lester's homer is the second longest homer by a Nationals pitcher (Strasburg with 420)
Lester's homer is the second longest homer by a Nationals pitcher (Strasburg with 420)

Big Jon is still doing big things.

Former Chicago Cubs pitcher Jon Lester smacked a three-run homer to put the Nationals up 13-0 against the Miami Marlins on Monday night.

It was his fourth career homer, and it went a blistering 419-feet.

Lester is the oldest pitcher (37) to homer in a game since Bartolo Colon on May 7th, 2016, at 42 years old, according to ESPN Stats & Info.

In addition to his two for three performance at the plate, he has pitched six innings giving up only four hits and no runs with seven strikeouts so far.

Check out his homer below:

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