Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Mike Napoli Hit 2015's Longest HR At Fenway Park

(AP Photo)
He's gone, but not forgotten. At least former Red Sox first-baseman Mike Napoli will be remembered for hitting the longest home run at Fenway Park during the 2015 season. It was a 450-foot blast off Angel lefty Hector Santiago. Interestingly, Santiago gave up the most home runs in the American League last year—a whopping 29. All told, Nap hit 13 dingers as a member of The Carmine Hose in 2015—then another 5 as a Ranger. Could Napoli be a "safety valve" returnee if the Great Hanley First Base Experiment goes awry in Spring Training? Stay tuned—this could get interesting!