In 1976 Dave Kingman hit a wind-aided home run at Wrigley field that travelled past Waveland Avenue and onto someone's porch a few houses down the block. It was reported as being a 630-foot home run. I'm guessing that it can be viewed on YouTube.
Kris Bryant is making news for hitting one 477 feet this week. Kingman's blast was later measured at only 530 feet. Still, if you saw Bryant's homer, Kingman hit one 63 feet further. That quite an easy distance to visualize since it's 2.5 feet longer than the distance from the pitcher's mound to home plate.
1981 Kellogg's Dave Kingman #47
1981 Cereal Box rating -- 8 comment -- Great to get a Cub, an All-Star and HR hitter