You know what's fun? Watching guys hit home runs all the way out of stadiums. Remember when Miguel Cabrera did this?
It's even fun to watch when they're not technically called home runs. In cricket, when you hit a ball out of the boundaries of the field without it touching the ground, it's worth six runs and is therefore called a "six."
In a December 30 match in Australia, Chris Lynn, a batsman for the Brisbane Heat, definitely fulfilled those conditions against the Hobart Hurricanes:
Who wants to sign a petition to make all MLB stadium-clearing dingers worth six runs? We can think of at least one person: