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.

Tom Murphy, 482 Feet

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Tom Murphy, 482 Feet

Exit Velocity: 108.8 mph

Launch Angle: 27.8 degrees

Max Height: 94.2 feet

Confession: I consider myself a pretty big baseball fan, and I\'d never heard of Tom Murphy before writing this article.

Jokes on me, though, because the dude's launched a 482-foot home run in the MLB.

Murphy's majestic blast came on a 94.5 mph pitch from Patrick Corbin.

Murphy has 10 home runs in just 191 MLB at-bats, so he looks to have real power.

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