Home Run Damage Report, 2014 Weeks 6 through 9

For an introduction to Home Run Damage read this page.

This report covers games from Monday, May 5th through Saturday, May 31st.

Week 6: 5/5/14 through 5/10/14

Most Damaging: C.J. Cron, 5.80 HRD

Most Average Home Run (HRD closest to 0.00): Justin Smoak, 0.01 HRD

Least Damaging: Mike Zunino, -4.29 HRD

Fastest off the Bat: C.J. Cron, 116.9 mph, 5.80 HRD

Slowest off the Bat: Mike Zunino, 93.8 mph, -4.29 HRD

Most Towering: Colby Rasmus, 135 feet, -1.26 HRD

Most Line Drive: Juan Francisco, 48 feet, 0.06 HRD

Closest to straight center: Joey Votto, 90.1 degree exit angle, 1.77 HRD

Week 7: 5/11/14 through 5/17/14

Most Damaging: Adam Dunn, 4.19 HRD

Most Average Home Run (HRD closest to 0.00): Martin Maldonado, 0.04 HRD

Least Damaging: Miguel Cabrera, -4.45 HRD

Fastest off the Bat: Jose Abreu, 115.2 mph, 3.94 HRD

Slowest off the Bat: Miguel Cabrera, 93.4 mph, -4.45 HRD

Most Towering: Carl Crawford, 154 feet, -1.05 HRD

Most Line Drive: Brian McCann, 45 feet,  -0.90 HRD

Closest to straight center: Scott Van Slyke, 91.6 degree exit angle, 2.96 HRD

Week 8: 5/18/14 through 5/24/14

Most Damaging: Hunter Pence, 5.30 HRD

Most Average Home Run (HRD closest to 0.00): Albert Pujols, 0.00 HRD

Least Damaging: Willie Bloomquist, -4.04 HRD

Fastest off the Bat: Hunter Pence, 116.9 mph, 5.30 HRD

Slowest off the Bat: A.J. Pierzynski, 93.8 mph, -3.86 HRD

Most Towering: Lonnie Chisenhall, 152 feet, -1.81 HRD

Most Line Drive: Mitch Moreland, 49 feet,  0.64 HRD

Closest to straight center: Adam Dunn, 90.9 degree exit angle, 1.57 HRD

Week 9: 5/25/14 through 5/31/14

Most Damaging: Paul Goldschmidt, 4.23 HRD

Most Average Home Run (HRD closest to 0.00): Josh Harrison, -0.01 HRD

Least Damaging: D.J. LeMahieu, -3.70 HRD

Fastest off the Bat: Lucas Duda, 113.3 mph, 3.75 HRD

Slowest off the Bat: Wilin Rosario, 94.2 mph, -3.69 HRD

Most Towering: Chris Carter, 151 feet, -1.99 HRD

Most Line Drive: Josh Donaldson, 43 feet,  -0.11 HRD

Closest to straight center: Torii Hunter, 89.8 degree exit angle, 0.78 HRD and Giancarlo Stanton, 90.2 degree exit angle, 2.71 HRD

Data from ESPN Home Run Tracker

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