So far, we have looked through some of the longest home runs that the Brewers have hit. However, the Brewers pitchers allowed their share of home runs as well in 2014. In total, 167 home runs were hit off of Brewers pitchers. Of those, here are the three that traveled the furthest.
#3: Luis Valbuena, Chicago Cubs, September 1 off Jeremy Jeffress
The third longest home run came against the Cubs on Labor Day. With the Brewers trailing 4-2, Jeremy Jeffress was on to try and keep the Cubs off the board. It didn't work out, as Luis Valbuena hit this home run off of Jeffress. Measured at 451 feet, it was only the 2nd time that Jeffress had allowed a run as a Brewer in 2014, and the only home run he allowed last season.
#2: Marcell Ozuna, Miami Marlins, September 8 off Yovani Gallardo
Earlier this week, we looked at Carlos Gomez's leadoff home run against the Giants. It measured at 443 feet, and was the longest home run hit by a Brewer at Miller Park. However, it was not the longest home run hit at Miller Park in 2014. That honor goes to Marcell Ozuna, who hit a monster home run off the scoreboard in center field. It measured at 462 feet, easily the longest home run hit at Miller Park in 2014.
#1: Giancarlo Stanton, Miami Marlins, May 23 off Marco Estrada
While Ozuna's shot was a monster home run, it was just beat out by one of his teammates for the longest home run hit off a Brewers pitcher. That honor goes to Giancarlo Stanton, who hit his own monster shot at home against the Brewers on May 23. Hit off of Marco Estrada (who was on pace for a record home run rate), it traveled 463 feet. At least there's no shame in giving up a home run to Stanton, who hit four home runs longer than this in 2014.
All stats from ESPN Home Run Tracker.