Kyle Schwarber’s NLCS Game 1 homer was the sixth longest home run hit in the 2022 MLB season
Kyle Schwarber hit one of the longest home runs of the 2022 MLB season.
On the year, Schwarber hit 46 home runs with 94 RBI. In the postseason, he added six more home runs and 10 RBI. Schwarber’s home run against the San Diego Padres in Game 1 of the NLCS ranked number six out on the Top 10 longest home runs of the year on MLB.com.
No. 6: Kyle Schwarber, Phillies: 488 ft – NLCS Game 1 vs. Padres
The NLCS between the Padres and Phillies was epic, and Schwarber was one of the main architects of the spectacle. His first of three home runs in the series was this stunner against Yu Darvish in Game 1, which, through 2022, is the second-longest postseason home run since 2015.
Kyle Schwarber NLCS Game 1 Home Run
Longest Home Runs of the 2022 MLB Season
- C.J. Cron, Rockies: 504 ft – Sept. 9 vs. D-backs
- Christian Yelich, Brewers: 499 ft – Sept. 6 vs. Rockies
- Jesús Sánchez, Marlins: 496 ft – May 30 vs. Rockies
- Ryan McMahon, Rockies: 495 ft – Aug. 9 vs. Cardinals
- Mike Trout, Angels: 490 ft – Oct. 5 vs. A’s
- Kyle Schwarber, Phillies: 488 ft – NLCS Game 1 vs. Padres
- C.J. Cron, Rockies: 486 ft – June 17 vs. Padres
- Gary Sánchez, Twins: 473 ft – Sept. 5 vs. Yankees
- Mike Trout, Angels: 472 ft – April 14 vs. Rangers
- TIE: Yordan Alvarez, Astros: 469 ft – May 30 vs. A’s & Byron Buxton, Twins: 469 ft – April 24 vs. White Sox