Peter Bourjos Has Our First Inside-The-Park Homer Of The SeasonErik Malinowski4/11/12 10:22pmFiled to: highlight reelLos Angeles Angels of AnaheimMlbBaseballPeter bourjosHomersVideoNewsSports9EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink The world record for fastest run around the bases is held by Evar Swanson, who did it in 13.3 seconds back in 1929. Peter Bourjos of the Angels came within a second of that tonight, and he thought he might've flied out to the warning track. Instead, Josh Willingham took a tumble and Bourjos came around in an astonishing 14.26 seconds, for the first inside-the-park HR of the 2012 season. Advertisement Even the estimable Larry Granillo of Baseball Prospectus, a man who tracks these things for a living, puts it as the third-fastest in recent memory. Last August, Tony Campana of the Cubs hit his first career HR in a time of 14.21 seconds. Bourjos actually had a faster time last season, at 14.02 seconds, though that was (technically) ruled a single and three-base error.