This is the second of a series looking at the Indians' 10 longest home runs of the 2012 season, as measured by ESPN's Hit Tracker.
23-year-old Lonnie Chisenhall showed off his power at Progressive Field on June 18, hitting a blast to right for the 9th longest home run of the season.
Chiz had three hits and fell a double shy of the cycle as the Indians beat the Cincinnati Reds in a 10-9 slugfest. His two-run second-inning homer gave the Tribe an early 4-3 lead and was one of three bombs given up by Reds starter Mat Latos.
The ball traveled 425 feet to right field and came off the bat at 107.7 mph. It was the second-longest given up by Latos last season.