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ZACHARY,CHRISZACHRY,PATZAGUNIS,MARIEL
ZAGUNIS,MARKZAHN,GEOFFZAMBRANO,CARLOS
ZAMBRANO,VICTORZAMORA,JUNIORZAMORA,OSCAR
ZAMORA,PETEZANNI,DOMZAPATERO,JOSE LUIS RODRIGUEZ
ZAPP,AJZAPP,JIMZARILLA,AL
ZAUCHIN,NORMZAUN,GREGGZAWADZKI,LANCE
ZEBRAZEILE,SHANEZEILE,TODD
ZELL,DANNYZEPP,BILLZERNIAL,GUS
ZERNIGUE,JONZHANG,ZHENWANGZIEGLER,BRAD
ZIMMER,BRADLEYZIMMER,DONZIMMER,KYLE
ZIMMERMAN,BOBZIMMERMAN,HEINIEZIMMERMAN,JEFF
ZIMMERMAN,JERRYZIMMERMAN,JORDANZIMMERMAN,RYAN
ZIMMERMANN,JORDANZINICOLA,ZECHZINK,CHARLIE
ZINK,RYANZINN,GUYZIOMEK,KEVIN
ZIPFEL,BUDZISK,RICHIEZITO,BARRY
ZOBRIST,BENZODIAC KILLERZOLDAK,SAM
ZOSKY,EDDIEZUANICH,MIKEZUBER,JOHN
ZULETA,JULIOZULUZUMAYA,JOEL
ZUMWALT,ALECZUNIZUNINO,MIKE
ZUNNINO,MIKEZUPAN,MARKZUPO,FRANK
ZUVELLA,PAULZUVERINK,GEORGEZYWICA,MIKE


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The player to hit the farthest home run may be no surprise, but the distance will leave you with the Wow factor. In 1960, the New York Yankees vs. the Detroit Tigers, at Briggs Stadium in Michigan. Mickey Mantle hit a moon shot home run that was said to be from 634ft to 660ft in length. These two records have reached legendary status and have not been broken in over 50 years.