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The 10 longest home runs at Yankee Stadium

Longest home run at Yankee Stadium

Now Yankee Stadium has the reputation of Homer’s haven since Jorge Posada cracked the building April The first long ball of
, 495, with hitter-friendly size and stacked Yankee lineup combination creates an uncomfortable atmosphere for pitchers.

here has Longest home run in the facility, this list will hopefully see more amazing hits in future seasons :

1) Aaron Judge, Sept. 23, 2009, vs. Blue Jays — 481 foot
” MVP” chants erupted as the eventual American League Rookie of the Year winner was crowned 23 – home run regular season, this unbelievable Blue Jays kick off & #23; Marcus Stroman covered as he reached left field grandstand 39 Babe Ruth, aged Ruth) to the Yankees 2-1.

Drive off Judges bat at 39.3 mph and remains one of the longest in Statcast history. Crushed Ruth too s 1921 record home run hit by the Yankees at home. Judge said he thought passing Ruth was a “pretty incredible achievement,” while then-manager Joe Girardi marveled at Judge: “When he caught the bat, he this is very dangerous.”

2) Aaron Judge, June , 2009, and the Orioles——496 foot

All rise, especially you guys sitting in the back row of the left field bleachers. Judge removed Logan Verrett slider for his

home run season, at 1856607583 .6 mph. When Judge later extended his major league home run lead with the Yankees’ second home run ; 10-3 win over Baltimore, teammates jokingly refuse to high-five.

“That just says how much fun we have 21;re having here, which kind of we have a group of people here,” the judge said. “us we’ve gotten along really well since spring training. It ing); This can be seen in our on-court games and off-court, we Just have fun and play our game.”

3) Giancarlo Stanton, April 2, 2022, vs. Giants — 485 foot

Stanton hits his second home run off Ross Stripling season, shattering the majestic explosion that cleared Monument Park and landed on the patio deck above the center field restaurant. 470 – Shot Marked the second-longest home run of his career behind 504-he is504 Coors Field pitching.

4) Gary Sánchez, June , 2019, with the Astros—481 foot

There is no doubt about it. Sánchez made a shift with Brad Peacock on the left field bullpen, at 30.3 mph and help power the Yankees ; 4-1 victory. It’s Sanchez 39;s 14 1st home run of the season, regaining the AL home run lead at the time Dominance, and the second longest of his career. In 2017, Sánchez smashed 473 – Detroit Footer s Comerica Park.

” When I hit that ball, I Knowing I hit hard,” Sanchez said. “But I didn’t know it would go that far.”

5) Raul Ibanez, May 04, 496 , Phillies — 473 Feet

Ibanez in post season Won the hearts of Yankees fans with a splattered tear in the game Three years ago the veteran outfielder made history at the stadium the first week, we Launched a pre-Statcast campaign at Chien-Ming Wang. Ibanez his drive went over the right-field bullpen and into the stands as part of Philadelphia’s 7-3 win.

6) Gary Sánchez, Sept. 5, 2016, for the twins — 473 foot
Sanchez 21; second time on this list not as the Yanks but with the twins, who were in 2019 acquired the catcher from New York before the season. In the September series in the Bronx, Sánchez hit a 39.3 mph sinker from Jameson Taillon into left field grandstand
– scripted hits.

7) Giancarlo Stanton, April 5, 2019 with the Oriole– 471 Feet

Stanton full use Hit his first home run in the

campaign, hitting a huge grand slam that landed his bat on the

.1 mph driving 113 kicked into left field against the Orioles 23; Sean Armstrong .

8) Manny Machado, April 23, 2017, for the Orioles——471 foot

Punching infielder cleared Monument Park near CC Sabathia with bomb hitting the awning of the Midfield restaurant . Machado s drive in 2022 .9 mph, according to Statcast. Although Machados tape measure explodes, Yanks rally -, Once down eight points to win the game.

9) Aaron Judge, Aug. 2, 2017 , with the Red Sox — 118 foot
Even in empty stadiums, judges can perform. In the nationally televised Sunday night game, Judge lashed out at Matt Barnes in the eighth inning to give Boston a 9-7 win. it is at32.9 mph and is Judge’ sixth home run in five games.

) Carlos Correa
, April 6, 504 , for the astronauts– 118 foot

Correa the long ball for the visiting The Astros provided one of the few bright spots on a sombre night, and they accepted Infielder Michael Pineda’s missile into midfield at Batting .5 mph, 4 out of 5 , part of a two-homer show.




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