Two games.

That’s all Rhys Hoskins needed to hit his first home run of the 2018 Phillies season.

The Phillies’ left fielder ripped a one-ball, two-strike, 96 mph fastball from Braves starter Mike Foltynewicz, depositing a solo-shot into the second deck, in left field at SunTrust Park in the second inning.

The home run traveled 423 feet and was hit at a speed of 109.7 mph, according to Statcast.

Hoskins now has 19 home runs in just 52 career big leagues games.