What is the longest home run ever hit?

582 Feet
Joey Meyer 582 Feet (1987) Meyer made it to the Majors next year with the Milwaukee Brewers. Here is the longest verified home run in professional baseball history! In 1987, Joey Meyer, playing for the Triple-A Denver Zephyrs, launched this ball an astonishing 582 FEET!

What are the 10 longest home runs ever hit?

The Longest Home Runs Ever Hit

  1. Mickey Mantle, 1960, 643 Feet.
  2. Mickey Mantle, 1953, 565 Feet.
  3. Jose Canseco, 540 Feet.
  4. Mark McGwire, 538 Feet.
  5. Adam Dunn, 535 Feet, Out of the Park.
  6. Reggie Jackson, 532 Feet.
  7. Dave Kingman, 530 Feet.
  8. Andres Galarraga, 529 Feet.

Does Mark McGwire’s home run record still stand?

One of the most prolific home-run hitters in baseball history, McGwire holds the major-league career record for at-bats per home run ratio (10.6), and is the former record holder for both home runs in a single season (70 in 1998) and home runs hit by a rookie (49 in 1987)….

Mark McGwire
Runs batted in 1,414

How far was Barry Bonds longest home run?

496-ft HR
Piazza crushes 496-ft HR This was Bonds, baseball’s most fearsome slugger, digging in for a rare Interleague at-bat in iconic Yankee Stadium — the House that Ruth Built — and rewarding us with a towering rocket to the right-field nosebleeds.

What was Babe Ruth’s farthest home run?

587 feet
It was here, on April 4, 1919, in a game between the Boston Red Sox and the New York Giants, that Babe Ruth hit his longest home run ever — 587 feet. To give some perspective, a home run in some ballparks nowadays need only travel 300 feet.

Who broke Mark McGwire’s homerun record?

Barry Bonds
The day Barry Bonds hit his 71st home run to break Mark McGwire’s record.

Who is closest to 3000 hits?

Tony Gwynn was the fastest player in National League history to hit the 3,000 mark; he reached the mark in his 2,284th game. Hank Aaron was the youngest NL player to accomplish 3,000 hits; he achieved the feat at 36 years, 100 days old.

Who holds the HR record?

Barry Bonds holds the Major League Baseball home run record with 762. He passed Hank Aaron, who hit 755, on August 7, 2007. The only other player to have hit 700 or more is Babe Ruth with 714.

How far was Mickey Mantle’s longest home run?

565 Feet
Mickey Mantle, 565 Feet (1953)