Hitting a home run to straight away center field off of a 90-mile-an-hour fastball is difficult to do. Standard center field walls in the major leagues stand between 400-410 feet away from home plate. That’s a long way away. However, sluggers in this list make 400 feet seem like child’s play as all of them have hit the ball at least 503 feet.
A lot of these homers reached the upper decks and some even left the ballpark completely. If the home run is the most exciting play in baseball, than here are the most awesome. We now present to you the 15 longest home runs ever hit.
15. Richie Sexson, 503 Feet
Richie Sexson stood so tall in the batters box you would think that he was tall enough to play in the NBA. The 6’6″ journeyman outfielder had great extension, enough to hit 306 career homers, mostly during his prime with the Seattle Mariners and the Milwaukee Brewers. He smoked his longest career home run in Arizona off of Chicago Cubs pitcher Francis Beltran. The majestic shot actually hit the scoreboard above the centerfield fence.