Barry Bonds hit 10 of his career 762 home runs as a designated hitter during interleague play.
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.
Mike Piazza with 427. Mike Piazza's career home run total is 427, however his record for home runs as a catcher stands at 396. the remainder were hit as a designated hitter.
Who other then the greatest HR hitter of all times.....Babe Ruth 1926....626ft
Albert Pujols hit the longest home run out of Busch stadium in 2011. The home run was 465 feet.
Ask the best girl softball hitter in the world crystl bustos. she will put any man to shame.
The longest home run was made by Ryan Howard. 536 ft.
Sammy Sosa hit the longest home run in home run derby. It was 528 feet, followed by 524 and 520 feet, also by Sosa.
Ronnie Green of the KC Royals hit the longest home run at Fenway Park in 1987
The longest home run of 2009 belongs to Waldemar Balentien of the Cincinnati Reds. It was measured at 495 ft.
The longest ever recorded home run was Teddy Williams which was 502ft.
The player who hit the verifiable longest home run is Mickey Mantle. i believe it was around 634 feet. Mickey Mantle hit the home run on September 10,1960.
503 ft. in the 2007 home run Derby
Dan Driessen of the Cincinnati Reds in 4th inning of Game 3 of the 1976 World Series against the New York Yankees.
507 feet by prince fielder
The longest home run hit in Minute Maid Park was on June 6, 2008 by Lance Berkman - 472 ft.
Josh Hamiltonnow heads the franchise's record books for the longest home run hit in the history of Rangers Ballpark. Josh Hamilton 502 feet to the upper deck of home run porch (right field).
493' in Skydome
Mickey Mantle. Check out the link for his ten longest home runs. http://www.themick.com/10homers.html
That is what you are supposed to do- step on home plate to get the credit for the home run. You have to touch all of the bases aftet you hit the home run.
Yes. Even when hitting a home run, the hitter must touch all three bases and home plate for the home run to count. Should the batter miss one of the bases when rounding them and the other team notices, the other team can appeal and have the hitter called out at the base the hitter failed to touch.
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.