Angels' Trout hits historically long home run in Kansas City
Jun 27, 2014 at 11:53p ET
The Royals say that the Los Angeles Angels slugger's shot to center field went 445 feet. By ESPN's calculations — which measure how far the ball would fly if the wall hadn't been in the way — it was 489 feet.
The latter distance would make Trout's clout the longest homer hit in Kauffman Stadium's history, bettering the 481 feet by the Cleveland Indians' Travis Hafner in 2012 and also setting an Angels record, topping Vladimir Guerrero's 484-footer in 2006.
Ned Yost on the Trout-ian blast. "I've been here 5 years and that's the most impressive home run I've seen. It was absolutely crushed."— Blair Kerkhoff (@BlairKerkhoff) June 28, 2014
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