WATCH: Phillies five longest home runs of the 2022 season
With the offseason in full effect, the Phillies are now focused on the free-agent market and doing whatever it takes to improve their roster for the 2023 season.
The Phillies’ magical run to the World Series ended a little under a month ago, and although we’re already ready for baseball season to start again, there are still 84 days until the start of pitchers and catchers.
MLB.com recently just released a video of the Top 5 Longest HRs of the Phils season. The video was highlighted by Darick Hall and Bryce Harper, with three of the five homers coming from Kyle Schwarber.
WATCH: Top 5 Longest Phillies HRs of 2022
- Darick Hall vs. Cubs: 449 Feet
- Kyle Schwarber vs. Reds: 451 Feet
- Bryce Harper vs. Brewers: 460 Feet
- Kyle Schwarber vs. Nationals: 467 Feet
- Kyle Schwarber vs. Rockies: 468 Feet
Schwarber’s slugfest started right off the jump, cracking his first at-bat in a Phillies uniform into the right field stands. Schwarber would finish his regular season with a whopping 46 home runs, which lead the National League and trailed only Aaron Judge across all of baseball.
“Ball Go Boom” was the term of the year for the Fightins, and this 2,295 feet worth of home runs showed exactly why.