A fence too far.
The O’s first baseman goes oppo on a pitch off the plate.
Why do pitchers who allow fewer home runs hurt their elbows more often?
How can we tell whether a player’s performance improved because he did something different or because he had better luck?
Where do you bat a player who’s his team’s only home run threat?
Curtis Granderson says he’s not a home-run hitter. The stats say otherwise.
The Marlins’ position players are fed up by their ballpark’s dimensions, and Ozzie Guillen is fed up with them. Who’s making the most sense
Has a player ever hit more homers in his ballpark than an entire team has in theirs over the course of a season?
Giancarlo Stanton’s recent rampage against the Rockies inspires two questions: Have the Rockies ever had a “real” power hitter? And if not, why the heck haven’t they?
The longest home run hit in almost three years went out on Friday night. You know you want to watch it.
If these guys didn’t hit the ball out of the park, they probably weren’t scoring.
Every team has a different TV announcer, and every TV announcer calls home runs differently. This is an attempt to classify all of those calls.
Is the Pirates center fielder getting even better?
What do pitchers look like just after allowing one of the longest home runs of the season?
Ivan Nova allowed a home run to Kirk Nieuwenhuis on Saturday, but the pitch was exactly where he wanted it.