Hit Tracker is now ESPN Home Run Tracker! Hit Tracker founder Greg Rybarczyk is now collaborating with the ESPN Stats & Information Group to continue tracking all MLB home runs, and helping baseball fans know "How Far It Really Went!™" Please credit any information on this site to ESPN Stats & Information Group. For more information and analysis on home runs, please contact founder Greg Rybarczyk. E-Mail ESPN Home Run Tracker
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If you want to know "How Far It Really Went!", then you've come to the right place! Welcome to the ESPN Home Run Tracker, where you can find accurate, transparently verifiable distances for every home run hit in MLB games. Please also check out the ESPN MLB Scoreboard throughout the 2017 season! Contact us at grybar@hittrackeronline.com.

Highlight Homers

"Glenallen Hill, Wrigley Field, May 11, 2000" |"Ted Williams, Fenway Park, June 9, 1946" |"Mickey Mantle, Yankee Stadium, May 22, 1963" |"Barry Bonds, Angels Stadium, Oct. 26, 2002" |"David Ortiz, Fenway Park, May 1, 2006" |Albert Pujols 10/17/2005 |"Richie Sexson, Bank One Ballpark, April 26, 2004" |"Ryan Howard, Citizens Bank Park, June 20, 2006" |"Reggie Jackson, 1971 All-Star Game, Tiger Stadium, July 13, |"Bo Jackson, 1st Career HR" |"Roberto Clemente, Forbes Field, May 31, 1964" |"Mark McGwire, Jacobs Field, April 30, 1997" |"Daryle Ward, PNC Park, July 6, 2002" |"Mark McGwire, Busch Stadium, May 16, 1998" |"Manny Ramirez, SkyDome, June 3, 2001" |"Andres Galarraga, Pro Player Stadium 1997" |"David Ortiz, 2004 All Star Game, Houston, TX" |"Juan Encarnacion, Yankee Stadium" |"Jose Canseco, Skydome" |"Mike Piazza, Coors Field, Sept. 26, 1997"
"Mike Piazza, Coors Field, Sept. 26, 1997"
On September 26, 1997, Mike Piazza hit the longest home run ever at Coors Field. Piazza's Los Angeles Dodgers visited the Colorado Rockies, trailing the San Francisco Giants by two games with just three games to play in the 1997 season. In the 6th inning, Piazza hammered a hanging breaking ball to deep left-center field for a two-run homer, extending the Dodgers lead to 6-1 and helping keep their season alive with a win (the Giants also won and clinched the next day.) Piazza's homer soared high in the thin Denver air, cleared the bleachers and landed well onto on the concourse behind the seats. The ball was struck in 65 degree, calm weather at an angle of approximately 29 degrees, coming off the bat at 118 mph. The Rockies credited Piazza with a 496 foot home run, but their procedure for measuring home runs at the time did not attempt to include the additional distance the ball would have flown had it not landed on the concourse. ESPN's Stats & Info Group marks the landing point at 496 feet from home plate and 26 feet above field level; the projected final distance of this historic home run is 515 feet! Truly a blast worthy of a Hall of Famer!

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