If you’re a fan of home runs – and who isn’t – this 2017 MLB season has been an absolute delight for you. Right now, the league is on pace to demolish the single-season record for most home runs (5,693) set back in 2000. So far, over 4,300 home runs have been hit throughout the MLB, and we still have a month and a half of the regular season to go. Many have been walk-offs, a few have been inside-the-park, and some have been sent a long, long way into the stands. Let’s look at the five longest home runs this year.

5. Marcell Ozuna

Date: July 30th
Team: Miami Marlins
Length: 481 feet

Down 6-1 in the ninth inning against the Cincinnati Reds, center fielder Marcell Ozuna stepped up to the plate with runners on first and second. With a 1-1 count, Ozuna cracked a Raisel Iglesias pitch to left field, sending it 481 feet and out of the ballpark. Unfortunately, it was too little too late, as the Marlins lost that game 6-4.

4. Chad Pinder

Date: May 20th
Team: Oakland Athletics
Length: 483 feet

On a sunny day in Oakland, against the Boston Red Sox, infielder Chad Pinder hit an absolute bomb off a first-pitch fastball from reliever Noe Ramirez. Pinder’s two-run smash in the bottom of the fifth inning traveled 483 feet and cleared the lower level suites at Oakland’s O.Co Coliseum. At the time, it was the season’s longest homer, and one of Pinder’s 10 on the year.

3. Kennys Vargas

Date: June 20th
Team: Minnesota Twins
Length: 483 feet

A month to the day later, Kennys Vargas of the Minnesota Twins would tie Chad Pinder’s 483-foot homer. In an AL Central matchup against the Chicago White Sox, Vargas took a hanging 0-1 pitch from lefty Derek Holland. With two men on base, Vargas sent the pitch deep to left field, landing in the US Bank Home Run Porch area at Minnesota’s Target Field. His homer put the Twins up 6-4 and rallied the troops, eventually winning a tough game 9-7.

2. Joey Gallo

Date: August 1st
Team: Texas Rangers
Length: 490 feet

Kicking off the month of August, Texas Rangers slugger Joey Gallo hit a mammoth home run off Seattle pitcher Erasmo Ramirez to cut the Mariners lead to two runs. Swinging at a 2-0 pitch, Gallo crushed it, high and deep to center, eventually traveling 490-feet and clearing the batter’s eye in Arlington’s Globe Life Park. It was Gallo’s 26th of the year – he sits at 32 on the season as of this writing.

1. Aaron Judge

Date: June 11th
Team: New York Yankees
Length: 496 feet

All Rise for the New York Yankees phenom Aaron Judge. On June 11, in a sunny day game against the Baltimore Orioles, the Yankees were already looking good and then, in the bottom of the sixth, the right fielder Judge made them look even better. He dug in and took reliever Logan Verrett’s 1-1 pitch for a ride. Judge smashed a weak pitch deep to right-center field, nearly hitting the retired numbers display at Yankee Stadium. To date, this 496-foot bomb remains the league’s longest home run of the year.