Reds Minor Leaguers longest home runs of the week Doug Gray May 19, 2017 There were plenty of home runs hit this past week. Unfortunately, there were also multiple home runs hit during the week that we don’t have distances on – including three by Brian O’Grady and one by Hector Vargas. Despite that, we still have distances on 12 home runs this past week. Here’s the Top 10 longest home runs for the week: Day Player Distance 17-May Bruce Yari 430 14-May Dilson Herrera 420 17-May Taylor Trammell 415 16-May Chad Wallach 405 13-May Hernan Iribarren 392 12-May Jesse Winker 390 14-May Rob Brantly 385 16-May Aristides Aquino 385 12-May Aristides Aquino 382 16-May Nick Senzel 379 The longest home run of the week comes from Bruce Yari. The first baseman joined Dayton last week and hit an absolute blast in his second game with the team. The home run by Dilson Herrera was also a shot-and-a-half. Neither, however, is listed among the highlights in the game recap. The home run by Taylor Trammell, however was. Your browser does not support iframes. Jesse Winker makes his first appearance on the longest home runs of the year list this week. His first home run of the year went 390 feet, hitting off the third level of the patio awning in right-center field. Your browser does not support iframes. The longest home run of the week is also now the longest home run in the system this year as far as I’ve been able to see/get confirmation on a distance. Here’s the updated Top 10 for the year, which includes three new additions from this week: Date Player Distance 17-May Bruce Yari 430 18-Apr Gavin LaValley 422 22-Apr Blake Butler 422 1-May Aristides Aquino 420 14-May Dilson Herrera 420 6-Apr Eric Jagielo 415 17-May Taylor Trammell 415 17-Apr Gavin LaValley 410 10-May Alex Blandino 410 8-May Brandon Dixon 409 Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.