It's 90 feet along each edge of the diamond, so a home run would be 360 feet.
If you're asking how far you have to hit a ball for it to be considered a home run, there's no answer. Anything beyond the rear fence, but the position of the rear fence varies in different parks... in fact, the distance often varies considerably within a park, with the distance just inside the foul line on either side being not the same as the distance to the center of center field. Often the left field and right field distances aren't even the same.
When the ball goes into the stand, or out of the park.
it all depends on how hard you hit it there is no set distance you have to hit it...you can get an outa the park home run or an in the park home run
Just a run batted in...someone had to be on base and the batter got him home.
Sammy Sosa hit the longest home run in home run derby. It was 528 feet, followed by 524 and 520 feet, also by Sosa.
In fast-pitch softball the field dimensions are about 220 feet on average (for females) and 250 feet (for males).
360 feet! - yoceb3
his first home run was 600 feet in baltimore
507 feet by prince fielder
360 feet. (90 each base)
Albert Pujols hit the longest home run out of Busch stadium in 2011. The home run was 465 feet.
There is no straight forward answer to this question. Baseball fields have different sizes. It could be as short as 100 feet to longer than 305 feet.
In MLB, each base is 90 feet from the next base so you would have to run 360 feet.
You will have run 13,833.6 feet.
Ted William's longest home run in Fenway Park was 502 feet, but I don't know if that was his longest home run ever.
5.583 feet per second.
The longest home run that can be verified was hit by Babe Ruth. It went an estimated 575 feet. Many hitters have hit home runs that may be longer, but the distance was not or could not be verified.
There are two syllables. Home-run.
360 feet. Each of the 4 bases are 90 feet apart from each other, regardless of the stadium size