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Stat of the day: 2011’s longest home runs

Washington Nationals v Chicago Cubs

CHICAGO, IL - AUGUST 09: Michael Morse #38 of the Washington Nationals circles the bases after hitting a solo home run during the sixth inning against the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field on August 9, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Brian Kersey/Getty Images)

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In honor of Mike Morse’s blast last night, here are this season’s 10 longest homers, courtesy of ESPN Home Run Tracker:

1. Prince Fielder: 486 ft. (Apr. 29)
2. Justin Upton: 478 ft. (Apr. 12)
3. Mitch Moreland: 472 ft. (June 20)
3. Mark Trumbo: 472 ft. (May 30)
5. Prince Fielder: 471 ft. (July 30)
5. Mark Trumbo: 471 ft. (Aug. 7)
7. Ryan Howard: 470 ft .(May 13)
8. Kelly Johnson: 466 ft. (May 24)
8. Mike Morse: 466 ft. (Aug. 9)
10. Mike Stanton: 465 ft. (May 16)
10. Ryan Howard: 465 ft. (Aug. 3)

According to Home Run Tracker data, there have been 56 homers of at least 450 feet hit this year. Here are the guys with multiples:

4 - J. Upton
3 - Morse, Trumbo
2 - Lance Berkman, Nelson Cruz, Fielder, Howard, Torii Hunter, Matt Kemp, Moreland, Wily Mo Pena, Stanton, Jim Thome