Longest Home Runs in 2024 MLB Season

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Los Angeles Dodgers third base coach Dino Ebel, left, congratulates Shohei Ohtani for a solo home run off Colorado Rockies starting pitcher Austin Gomber during the sixth inning of a baseball game Tuesday, June 18, 2024, in Denver.
(AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
Shane Jackson @Sjacksonmgm Jun 25, 2024, 5:03 PM

Home runs remain the best part about watching baseball. Nothing quite compares to watching a player crush a baseball over the fence.

But the best part about baseball’s modern era is that all home runs are being tracked. MLB calculates bat speed, exit velocity, launch angle, and distance for each hit. 

All that information is accessible at baseballsavant.mlb.com.

With that in mind, here is a look at an updated list of longest home runs for the 2024 MLB season:

Longest Home Runs in 2024

PlayerTeamDateDistance of Home Run
Shohei OhtaniDodgersJune 18 (vs. COL)476 feet
Aaron JudgeYankeesMay 9 (vs. HOU)473 feet
Mike TroutAngelsApril 1 (vs. MIA)473 feet
Vladimir Guerrero Jr.Blue Jays6/24 (vs. BOS)471 feet
Bobby Witt Jr.Royals5/21 (vs. DET)468 feet
Logan O'HoppeAngels6/15 (vs. SF)467 feet
Aaron JudgeYankees5/15 (vs. MIN)467 feet
Christian WalkerDiamondbacks6/13 (vs. LAA)464 feet
Aaron JudgeYankees6/1 (vs. SF)464 feet
Shohei OhtaniDodgers5/5 (vs. ATL)464 feet
Michael TogliaRockies6/23 (vs. WSH)462 feet
Ryan McMahonRockies6/20 (vs. LAD)462 feet
Oneil CruzPirates6/6 (vs. LAD)462 feet

Longest Home Runs in 2024

  • 1. Shohei Ohtani (Dodgers) – On June 18, Shohei Ohtani recorded the longest home run of the year with a 476-foot blast against the Colorado Rockies.
  • T-2. Aaron Judge (Yankees) – On May 9, Aaron Judge hit a 473-foot home run against the Houston Astros.
  • T-2. Mike Trout (Angels) – On April 1, Mike Trout clubbed a 473-foot home run against the Miami Marlins.
  • 4. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (Blue Jays) – On June 24, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. crushed a 471-foot home run against the Boston Red Sox.
  • 5. Bobby Witt Jr. (Royals) – On May 21, Bobby Witt Jr. launched a 468-foot home run against the Detroit Tigers.
  • T-6. Logan O’Hoppe (Angels) – On June 15, Logan O’Hoppe delivered a 467-foot home run against the San Francisco Giants.
  • T-6. Aaron Judge (Yankees) – On May 15, Judge hit a massive 467-foot home run against the Minnesota Twins.
  • T-8. Christian Walker (Diamondbacks) – On June 13, Christian Walker crushed a 464-foot home run against the Los Angeles Angels.
  • T-8. Aaron Judge (Yankees) – On June 1, Judge clobbered a 464-foot home run against the San Francisco Giants.
  • T-8. Shohei Ohtani (Dodgers) – On May 5, Ohtani sent a 464-foot home run flying against the Atlanta Braves.
  • T-11. Michael Toglia (Rockies) On June 23, Michael Toglia blasted a 462-foot home run against the Washington Nationals.
  • T-11. Ryan McMahon (Rockies) On June 20, Ryan McMahon launched a 462-foot home run against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
  • T-11. Oneil Cruz (Pirates) – On June 6, Oneil Cruz clubbed a 462-foot home run against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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Shane Jackson

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Shane Jackson is a Web Content Writer for BetMGM, covering MLB and NBA. After graduating from the University of Kansas, his previous stops include MLB.com, Lawrence Journal-World, Manhattan Mercury, Bet Chicago Sports, WynnBET, and Sportsbook Review.

Shane Jackson is a Web Content Writer for BetMGM, covering MLB and NBA. After graduating from the University of Kansas, his previous stops include MLB.com, Lawrence Journal-World, Manhattan Mercury, Bet Chicago Sports, WynnBET, and Sportsbook Review.