The longest home run in World Series history was crushed by Barry Bonds in Game 2 of the 2002 World Series off Troy Percival in the 9th inning. There were two outs and the Angels were up 11-9. Percival didn’t want to walk Bonds and bring the tying run to the plate. So it was pure mano y mano. No ball has ever been further in World Series history, at Angel Stadium, or in this century. Read Tim Salmon’s lips. A bolt of lightning into the night, followed by the astonished whisper of an Angel.
Watch Bonds’ blast here: WOW!