Cubs Kris Bryant 495' Print
Even before Kris Bryant got called up to the majors in 2015, we knew he could rake. In his rookie season, his homers flew an average of 404 feet. One blast reigned supreme among them all, though. Bryant demolished a Rubby de la Rosa pitch nearly a tenth of a mile — or he would have, had the ball not smacked into Wrigley Field’s brand new left field scoreboard. Statcast measured the K-Bomb’s would-be distance at 495 feet, good for the longest home run of 2015 by over 10 feet.