WATCH: Ian Happ destroys 444-foot homer vs. Reds


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Ian Happ has been sizzling offensively of late
Ian Happ has been sizzling offensively of late

It's HAPPening again!

Cubs outfielder Ian Happ crushed a solo homer on an 0-1 pitch to right to put the Cubs up 1-0 in the first inning of Wednesday night's game against the Reds.

It was his 21st dinger of the season as it went an estimated 444 feet with an exit velocity of 111.4 MPH.

The Cubs have shown plenty of power as they have homered in 15 straight games.

In his last 20 games, Happ is hitting .405 with a 1.280 OPS and nine homers.

Check out his homer below:

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