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Thursday, May 1, 2014

5 Longest Home Runs of April

Coors Field has been the best ball park to hit home runs in early in the MLB season, with 40 balls carrying over the wall. Only the Los Angeles Angels have hit as many home runs, 38, as the Rockies. Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City has seen just 10 balls land in the seats, and a big reason why is that the Royals just do not hit home runs. No team in baseball has hit less home runs than the Royals 11.

Wandy Rodriguez, Eric Stults, Homer Bailey, David Price, Shelby Miller, Wade Miley and Dan Straily have each allowed a league high 7 home runs.

Chicago White Sox rookie Jose Abreu leads the MLB in home runs with 10, half of which have been just enogh, or lucky. while Albert Pujols is 2nd with 9 long balls.

Giancarlo Stanton 484 Feet

This was the longest home run ever at Marlins Park and still the longest home run of the MLB season.
Stanton has 8 home runs on the year and is tied for the NL lead with Justin Upton and Adrian Gonzalez.

David Ortiz 482 Feet

Ortiz leads all of baseball with 5 No Doubt home runs.

Justin Upton 477 Feet

Last season JUpton hit 12 home runs in April, and finished with 27 on the season

Giancarlo Stanton

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Juan Francisco 467 Feet

Toronto is a great place to play if you are a power hitter

Towering Fly Ball

Matt Dominguez towering home run off Jered Weaver, reached heights no other HR has this season

Line Drive Blast

David Ortiz home run off Masahiro Tanaka traveled at 120 MPH off the bat!

Walk Off Winner

Miguel Montero

Brandon Hicks

Freddie Freeman

Jose Abreu Grand Slam

Kyle Seager

Evan Gattis

Giancarlo Stanton Grand Slam

Chris Iannetta

Brandon Crawford

Ike Davis Grandslam

Neil Walker

Coco Crisp


Billy Hamilton Hits 1st Career HR

Jose Abreu Sets Rookie HR Mark in April

Albert Pujols Joins 500 HR Club

Ben Zobrist Homer From Both Sides of the Plate

Adrian Gonzalez Homer in 4 Straight Games

Raul Ibanez 2000th Career Hit

Melky Cabrera Homers in 4 Straight Games

Jose Abreu 1st Career Home Run

Mark Trumbo 100th Career Home Run

Mike Olt First Career Home Run

Evan Longoria Owns Rays Franchise HR Record

Miguel Cabrera 2000th Hit

Jimmy Rollins 200th Career HR

* All stats from ESPN Home Run Tracker

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