Ted Williams played primarily left field in his career, during which he hit 521 home runs.
left center field is 388 center field 488 right center filed 402
It depends where it was hit. I just answered another question similar to this haha. If it was hit deep in right field, it should go from right to 1st to home, but if it were hit in left field it should go left to short and then to home. *Pitcher should be behind home plate if the ball is mis-thrown. Hope this helps!
That would depend on what part of the field you are talking about. Down the left field and right field foul lines the wall is generally 320-330 feet or so from home plate. From home plate to the wall in straight away centerfield can be as much as 430 feet. Each MLB ballpark has its own unique dimensions. Some parks are built to so a lot of home runs can be hit and some parks are built so few home runs can be hit.
210 to 220 feet would be left and right field distance.
The first home run was hit on 4/26/1912 by Hugh Bradley over the Green Monster in left field.
Bill Buckner was in left field, Jim Wynn was in center field, and Willie Crawford was in right field.
Don't know the percentages, but left field is more common. Most batters are right handed, and, on averge, a batter is more likely to "pull" the ball when he hits it. (Note: when a batter is said to "hit to the opposite field", that means that a right-handed batter hits to right field or a left-handed batter hits to left field. On the surface, this is not "opposite field" at all. But it's called "opposite field" because it goes against the natural tendency of a right hander to hit to left field and a left-hander to hit to right field.)
Ariel Ceballos ; 326 ft shot to left field
Richie Sexson hit a 503 foot home run to center field in 2004
314 Feet to Right Field 385 Feet to Right-Center Field 408 Feet to Center Field 399 Feet to Left-Center Field 318 to Left Field.
When a ball is hit into left field it is the shortstop's job to act as a cutoff man while the second baseman covers second base and when the ball is hit to right field it is the second baseman's job to act as a cutoff unless the play is at home then the outfielder will throw to the first baseman as a middle man while the shortstop covers second base. Now if the ball is hit to center field then it is the shortstop's job to cutoff unless again the play is at home then the first baseman is the cutoff.
Rose hit 6 home runs while playing left field in 154 games for the Cincinnati Reds who won the Western Division of the National League in 1972.
I'm not 100% sure, but it's gotta be Justin Upton. He hit it 450 off the face of the boxes in left field.
The Green Monster is the left field fence in Boston's Fenway Park. Because the park was built between city streets, the left field wall is closer to home plate than it is in other parks. To compensate, the left field fence was built quite high. This only partially compensates, and it's still generally easier to hit home runs to left in Fenway than in other parks.
I don't believe the left field stands in Wrigley Field has a roof, so probably not.
The first home run hit at Jacobs Field was April 4, 1994 by Eric Anthony of the Settle Mariners.
The 2nd baseman always will cover 2nd base when a ball is hit to left field. Then the shortstop will do a cut-off to the left fielder so there can be a play made at either 2nd base or 3rd base (a regular left field outfield hit).
Frank Howard hit many home runs at RFK Stadium. His most memorable home run, hit on April 25, 1970, was 500-feet. The ball landed in the upper left bleacher to the left of center field. The seat was painted white to commemorate the event, and set the landing spot apart from the other gold painted seats.
It is hard to determine how far historical home runs actually traveled but Adam Dunn of the Cincinnati Reds hit a 504 ft home run at Wrigley Field in 2008. As for Cubs players, Glenallen Hill hit a home run estimated at 500 ft in the year 2000. See the link below for more information.
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