Watch: White Sox prospect’s home run hits moving train

Courtney Hawkins' home run has likely traveled through multiple states by now.

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White Sox prospect Courtney Hawkins might have hit the farthest-traveling home run ever.

Hawkins went yard for the fifth time this season in Double-A Birmingham’s 10-4 win over Montgomery on Sunday, but it wasn’t just any ordinary home run.

Hawkins’ bomb traveled well over the 380-foot wall in left-center, landing on a moving freight train behind Montgomery Riverwalk Stadium.

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The 21-year-old outfielder is ranked as the No. 9 prospect in the White Sox organization and is hitting .255 with five home runs and 21 RBIs.

From MiLB.com:

The unique home run was the 51st of Hawkins’ career, but the first that has landed on a moving vehicle.