There are home runs, and there are long home runs. There are moonshots and there are monster shots. I like them all.
And then there are homers that speak for themselves, primarily when the recorded distance is – *blink* *blink* – 505 FEET.
LOL @ “does it have enough”? The cameraman couldn’t even find the ball because it was apparently much further up than they’re used to seeing homers to right field at Fenway Park.
According to Statcast the Rowdy Tellez HR was 505'. That would make it the longest home run hit in the history of Fenway Park.
— Tom Caron (@TomCaron) April 12, 2019
— Drew Hendriks (@77Hendriks) April 12, 2019