07:23 AM ET 09.09 | On Sunday in Philly, the Braves recorded a mere two hits in a 3-2 loss. Both were home runs by Evan Gattis. And the first one was so impressive, was hit so hard, that it remained a big topic of conversation in the clubhouse afterward even though it didn't prevent first-place Atlanta from being swept. Even Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels, who served it up, was impressed. "I felt like I was throwing a golf ball out there and he had a driver," said Hamels. ... "It was impressive." Estimating the distance of batted balls is notoriously unreliable. Probably the most accurate yardstick is the ESPN Home Run Tracker, which had it at 486 feet. That's both the longest homer hit in the Major Leagues this year and the longest in the 10-year history of the Bank.