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Albert Pujols 497 feet
Here is a post listing the Longest Home Runs ever hit by a Mets player at Shea Stadium http://metsblog.com/metsblog/top-5-longest-home-runs-by-a-met-in-flushing/ Dave Kingman & Mo Vaughn are the winners
Mickey Mantle. Check out the link for his ten longest home runs. http://www.themick.com/10homers.html
In his first five years as a Dodger (1947-1951), Jackie Robinson hit 73 home runs.
Willie Stargell is the only person to ever hit two home runs out of Dodger Stadium. His first was a 506 foot bomb off of pitcher Alan Foster on August 5th 1969, and the other was a 470 foot shot off of Andy Messersmith on May 8th 1973. It wasn't for over 30 years before Mike Piazza became the second player and only Dodger to ever hit a home run out of the park. On September 21st 1997, Mike Piazza hit a 478 foot home run off of San Francisco Giant pitcher Mike Lansing. July 17th 1998, Mark McGwire hit the longest home run at 511 ft over the right field pavilion at Dodger Stadium against pitcher Brian Bohanon. Manny hit one in 2009, don't know the details. (LOL) (BROKE A WINDSHIELD)
237 Yankees Stadium Home RunsAs of 2009 the New York Yankees hit 136 home runs at Yankees Stadium, and the opposing team hit 101 for a total of 237 Yankees Stadium home runs.
As of 2009 there have been 237 home runs hit at Yankee Stadium.
There are a total of 185 Home Runs in the new Yankee Stadium (in counting), with 107 from Yankees and 78 by visitors. Mark Teixeira leads Yankee Stadium's home runs with 19.
Mickey Mantle hit 266 home runs at Yankee Stadium I.