Blake Swihart’s First Career Home Run Traveled A Long, Long Way (Video)

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June 5, 2015

BOSTON — Blake Swihart launched his first major league home run Thursday, and it left no doubt as it exited the ballpark.

The rookie Red Sox catcher got a hold of a fastball from Minnesota Twins starter Tommy Milone and sent it clear over the Green Monster seats, possibly breaking a window or two down on Lansdowne Street.

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Swihart’s blast put the Red Sox up by three runs in the third inning of the teams’ series finale at Fenway Park, but Boston went on to lose 8-4.

Thumbnail photo via Greg M. Cooper/USA TODAY Sports Images

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