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On Friday night at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Mike Trout did something pornographic to a baseball. ESPN is calling it at 489 feet, which would be the longest hit in the majors since Giancarlo Stanton hit a 494 foot bomb in 2012. However, we’re holding off on calling it…yet. The Hit Tracker data for the homer will officially be posted after the game, and we’ll make a call then (and you’ll see it in next week’s edition of the longest homer of the week – they always happen on Fridays, don’t they?). But I’m leaning towards that 489 foot number being legit. This thing cleared the batter’s eye at Kauffman, which puts it *at least* at 460. Throw in the margin of error and the fact that the naked eye sucks at estimating these things, and I’m willing to bet that this is your longest homer of the year so far.
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Mike Trout hit a record-breaking bomb on Friday night in Kansas City.
The Los Angeles Angels outfielder came to the plate in the top of the first inning against Kansas City Royals pitcher Jason Vargas and launched a 489-foot home run that landed in the fountain in center field at Kauffman Stadium.
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Trout’s blast was the longest round-tripper...
Your browser does not support iframes. Mike Trout blasted his 18th home run of the season Friday night against the Kansas City Royals. Trout’s first inning home run off Jason Vargas, which measured at 489-feet and landed in the fountains in center field, was the longest homer of the 22-year-old Angels’ superstar. [MLB]
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Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout hit a 489-ft home run in the first inning against the Kansas City Royals on Friday night. Turns out that Trout’s massive moonshot was the longest homer hit in the majors this season.
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Mike Trout belted a 489-foot solo shot to center field in the first inning of the Los Angeles Angels' 8-6 loss to the Kansas City Royals on Friday night, the longest home run by an American League player since ESPN began tracking them in 2006.
The booming homer off Jason Vargas and into the Kauffman Stadium fountains -- the 22-year-old's 18th of the season -- was the longest...
Is there anything that Angels outfielder Mike Trout can't do? We know he's a beast in the outfield and he can kill it at the plate, but do we know how bad he can kill it? We found out Friday night against the Royals in Kansas City when he hit the longest home run of this season and last--a 489 foot bomb!That leaves me with one question--can he pitch?via Cut4 Loading...
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((HT: MLB.com))Do not throw a 90-mile-per-hour fastball to Mike Trout or this will happen...Your browser does not support iframes.Longest home run of the year to date...And a bad idea for any starting pitcher
Mike Trout hits longest home run ever in Kansas City.
Mike Trout – Photo Credit – Matthew D. Britt
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