Ted Williams, 1946
Section 42, row 37, seat 21: that's where you'll find the red seat at Fenway Park marking the location where Ted Williams jacked a ball an estimated 502 feet in June 1946 before it fell on the head of one Joe Boucher, a construction engineer, knocking a hole in his straw hat and bouncing up another 12 rows. "How far away must one sit to be safe in this park?" Boucher asked. He didn't even get to take the ball as a souvenir, saying "after it hit my head, I was no longer interested."