There isn't really a limit.
Well, I suppose there is... at some point, the force that you'd have to hit it to make it go any further would break either the bat or the ball... but let's just say that in practice, it's the strength of the swing that makes the difference, and humans are nowhere near that limit.
The farthes home run ever was 634 feet by Mickey Mantle for the NY Yankees
its not the bat its the batter that matters
It is believed that Mickey Mantle hit a home run over 600 feet, however, no one has evidence. Bryce Harper hit a 570 foot home run a few years ago in high school.
Typically a lite weight aluminum bat will hit a ball further than a wood bat.
It would it be the right fielder due to having to potentially throw to third baseman.
A fake plastic bat is nown to be thrown the farthest out of any other bat.It is becayse the plastic bat is the lightes bat of all.
In a Major league game Mickey Mantle hit a ball 656 Feet.
The player who hit the "farthest" home run was a catcher for the Cincinnati Reds. He hit the baseball in to a truck, which carried the ball 30 miles
A baseball travels the farthest when it is hot and humid because the air is less dense than when it is cold and dry.
The one I hit. 2959ft.
Never been hit by a batted baseball.
Donald Bradman hit one out of the park
No one has ever been to Jupiter. The farthest we have made it is the moon.