The first impression made by Juan Soto has been remarkable.

During his debut in the Yankees’ spring training on Sunday, attired in the complete pinstripe ensemble, Soto smashed a three-run home run to the opposite field, striking the scoreboard in the left-center field in the fourth inning in Tampa.

The monumental 428-foot shot, with an exit velocity of 110.1 miles per hour, propelled the Yankees to a 7-1 advantage over the Blue Jays.

Soto, at the age of 25, was placed second in the lineup before Aaron Judge, who managed to go 2-for-2 with a double, an RBI, and two runs.

Even though this was merely his inaugural game of spring training, the outstanding home run was warmly welcomed by the Yankees, following Soto’s acquisition in a massive trade with the Padres in December.

Juan Soto hits a three-run home run off the scoreboard in his Yankees spring training debut on Sunday. Charles Wenzelberg/NY Post
Juan Soto struck a 428-foot, three-run home run in the fourth inning on Sunday. Charles Wenzelberg/NY Post
Juan Soto jubilates in the Yankees dugout after his home run. Charles Wenzelberg/NY Post

One more year remains on Soto’s contract before he becomes an unrestricted free agent.