Brady Slavens scores the most home runs at CWS Ballpark

In the fifth inning of Arkansas’ quarterfinal contest with Ole Miss at the 2022 Men’s College World Series, Brady Slavens created history. According to the official NCAA 2022 College World Series media notes, Slavens blasted a single home run that was measured at 436 feet.

Unofficially, that distance beats out the previous Men’s College World Series record-holders at Charles Schwab Field Omaha (formerly known as TD Ameritrade Park), former Florida Gator Pete Alonso and Auburn Tiger Eduoard Julien. The competition has been held in the stadium since it began in 2011. The NCAA does not maintain historical records of the longest home runs hit at the College World Series, therefore this record is considered to be “unofficial.”

Written by Eren Kilic

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