Watch: Stroman goes full 'Stro-Show' with 1st career HR

Marcus Stroman showed the Atlanta Braves who the boss was Thursday, and he didn't even do it with his arm.

The diminutive Blue Jays hurler hammered an offering from Braves starter Julio Teheran over the right-center field fence in the fourth inning for his first career home run.

To say Stroman's teammate Josh Donaldson was satisfied with the long ball would be an understatement:

Stroman, who went back-to-back with catcher Luke Maile (who had three career home runs prior to Thursday) became just the second Blue Jays pitcher in franchise history to hit a home run, joining Mark Hendrickson, who belted a shot June 21, 2003.

Watch: Stroman goes full 'Stro-Show' with 1st career HR
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