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  • Originally posted by elmer View Post
    Countya.jpg County Stadium
    Thanks , I'll add this one to my collection.
    Last edited by carsdaddy; 01-10-2021, 10:12 PM.

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    • Memorial.png Memorial Stad. Baltimore

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      • Shibe b.png Shibe Park 1965

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        • a.png 1922 map of Shibe Park area -

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          • Griffith Stadium
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            Last edited by elmer; 01-11-2021, 02:07 PM.

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            • Navin Field
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              • Sportsman's Park

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                • C Ccopy.jpg Orlando Cepeda @County Stadium
                  June 4, 1959. a possible 500 foot home run
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                  • The ball never hit the fence. It’s just an optimal illusion. The ball landed directly on the grass. It was an opposite field shot and the way the bullpen is set up plus the angle of the camera, it looks like it hit something but it didn’t. If you want more proof: the announcers are not in awe and the fans in the bleachers don’t look up. Also those who retrieve the ball start running toward the landing spot before it actually lands because they know they are close to the ball.

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                    • I wanted to reply to Cardaddy for the Dave Winfield post. Sorry about that.

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                      • Great work Bruce! Thanks for the photos and distance range. Awesome!

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                        • Originally posted by FeelthePower View Post
                          I wanted to reply to Cardaddy for the Dave Winfield post. Sorry about that.
                           

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                          • Originally posted by carsdaddy View Post
                            This is to ( Feel The Power ). There you go,I don't know of another opposite field homer run hit the far that you can actually verify.
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                            Last edited by carsdaddy; 01-20-2021, 03:09 PM.

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                            • Originally posted by FeelthePower View Post
                              The ball never hit the fence. It’s just an optimal illusion. The ball landed directly on the grass. It was an opposite field shot and the way the bullpen is set up plus the angle of the camera, it looks like it hit something but it didn’t. If you want more proof: the announcers are not in awe and the fans in the bleachers don’t look up. Also those who retrieve the ball start running toward the landing spot before it actually lands because they know they are close to the ball.
                              I go where the fact's lead me , if you have something I'm willing to look at it .

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                              • Originally posted by FeelthePower View Post
                                I wanted to reply to Cardaddy for the Dave Winfield post. Sorry about that.
                                Here is a enlarged slow- motion frame by frame video that shows the ball deflect off the top of the fence and change direction's.
                                 

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