Watch Auburn’s Edouard Julien Hit The Longest HR In College World Series Ballpark History
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On Sunday, Auburn’s Edouard Julien hit the longest home run in the history of the College World Series’ ballpark at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha. The ball trailed 429 feet, which tied former Florida player Pete Alonso...

NCAA.com says it’s not “officially” the longest home run in College World Series history...
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Why is this record unofficial? We reached out to Jeff Williams, NCAA associate director of media coordination and statistics, to find out if the NCAA keeps historical records of the longest home runs hit at the College World Series. It turns out they don’t. But thanks to ESPN, television home to the CWS since 2003, we have a pretty good idea of some of the other longest bombs.
(The Spun)
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That was a check swing in the Gorilla Ball days at LSU! Ask Larson and Cresse!
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And then took one of the biggest dumps at 3rd base later the same game.
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That's why you have a "Hitting" Hal Hughes to sub for defense @ end of game!
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Pete Incaviglia hit some towering shots at Rosenblatt back in the mid 80's.
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I'll never forget Lyle Mouton
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too bad he choked the game in the 9th
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