Jason Heyward smashed a 423-foot solo bomb in the sixth inning on Saturday.
Jason Heyward smashed a 423-foot solo bomb in the sixth inning on Saturday.

WATCH: Jason Heyward wallops 423-foot blast


by - Senior Writer -

CHICAGO — Chicago Cubs right fielder Jason Heyward crushed his first home run of the season on Saturday. "J-Hey" swatted a solo shot off Pittsburgh Pirates reliever Clay Holmes in the sixth inning, giving the Cubs a 4-1 lead.

Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant hit an impressive solo blast of his own earlier in the game, and Heyward got in on the action with a 423-foot blast at Wrigley Field. Swinging on a 3-1 count, Heyward drove a sinker out to right field in a hurry, with the ball leaving the bat at 110.7 mph.

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