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Final Verdict On Price Fielder's Mammoth Batting-Practice Blast Is 611 Feet

Final Verdict On Price Fielder's Mammoth Batting-Practice Blast Is 611 Feet

Final Verdict On Price Fielder's Mammoth Batting-Practice Blast Is 611 Feet

"I told you I was going to measure it — and I did.

I said I'd give you its distance, the number of feet it traveled — and here's the number.

As exact as we could make it.

Prince Fielder's mammoth batting-practice blast, the longest measurable ball hit by a Tiger this spring, traveled 611 feet.

I knew it was going to be over 600. I just didn't know by how much."

 

 

By Truth and rumors
Thursday, 1 Mar 2012

 

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