The 21 Longest Home Runs in Modern Baseball History

Moon shots. Long balls. Big flies. Bombs. No matter what you call them, these monstrous home runs left both players and fans in awe.

Mark Reynolds, 484 Feet

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Mark Reynolds, 484 Feet

Exit Velocity: 10.8.8 mph

Launch Angle: 28.3 degrees

Max Height: 97.6 feet

During the Colorado Rockies' July 21st, 2016 match-up against the Atlanta Braves, Reynolds entered the game as a pinch-hitter. 

His stat line: one at-bat, one RBI, one 484-foot home run.

Reynolds is a long ball threat every time he digs in the batter's box, and this ranks as the longest home run of his career as tracked by Statcast.

"That was a pinch-hit, where I was like…I'm going to take a shot, and it worked out," Reynolds said after the game. It worked out alright, with about 100 feet to spare.

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