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Hardest-hit home runs of 2022

As tracked by Statcast

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T-9. 114.7 mph

Along with its impressive exit velo, this Jesús Sánchez rocket is the longest homer in the Majors this year at 496 feet

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Willson Contreras crushes a solo home run to left field, cutting the Cubs' deficit to 7-2 in the top of the 5th inning

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Judge makes fan's day with homer

Aaron Judge hits a home run to left field to tie the game at 1, and a young Judge fan ends up with the souvenir

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Judge's second homer of game 

Aaron Judge breaks the game open with his second home run of the night, belting a line-drive home run to left-center field to make it 5-0

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Giancarlo Stanton's two-run homer

Giancarlo Stanton hits a two-run home run to right center to score DJ LeMahieu and give the Yankees a 2-0 lead in the top of the first

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5. 116 mph

Willson Contreras is back, and this one was out almost before the camera angle switched

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4. 116.3 mph

Stanton's first homer of 2022 is also tied for the lowest launch angle (15 degrees) on a long ball this season

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3. 117.6 mph

Jorge Soler's mammmoth homer is the hardest-hit dinger by an NL player this year

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2. 117.9 mph

Vlad Guerrero Jr. dropped jaws with this one, the longest and hardest-hit homer of his career

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1. 119.8 mph

This Stanton laser beam isn't just No. 1 on the season; it's the fourth-hardest-hit home run ever tracked by Statcast