Baseball balls fly out of the stadium this season in the main leagues.
The only hit by Nomar Mazara on Friday night was the furthest one so far.
The Texas Rangers outfielder has clubbed a 505-foot bomb off Chicago White Sox. Hander Reynaldo Lopez, a shot with two runs in the first inning that sailed high into the upper right field deck at Globe Life Park in Arlington.
"I hit some balls really hard, this shot felt different for some reason," Mazara said.
"Where it ended was quite amazing," said coach Chris Woodward after the Rangers' 5: 4 defeat. "I'm glad I saw it in person. It sounded every 505 feet. It was quite loud. "
The Homerun has been tied for the longest time in the Statcast era (the past five years) The Trevor story of the Rockies hit a 505-foot run last September.
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| – ESPN Statistics and Information  Lopez threw Mazara a four-seam fastball, with a starting home race speed of 109.7 miles per hour, a 2-0 lead at the home race.
Lopez said he made a mistake on the field.
It should be in, and the playing field was roughly in the middle, "Lopez said through an interpreter." And it was e in a very long, long homer. "
Mazara now has 10 homeruns in the season, including a 482-foot bout against the Cubs on March 28.
On Friday there were three homers of This season it was at least 300 meters in the majors. Two more were added Friday night – Mazara's and a 300 meter explosion of Gary Sanchez from the New York Yankees against the Houston Astros.
Information from This report used the Associated Press.