Cubs right fielder Jason Heyward drilled a bomb out to right-center at Great American Ball Park.
Cubs right fielder Jason Heyward drilled a bomb out to right-center at Great American Ball Park.

WATCH: Jason Heyward wallops no-doubter for his 13th home run


by - Senior Writer -

CINCINNATI — For the second game in a row, Chicago Cubs right fielder Jason Heyward followed up a great catch with a sweet swing on a home run. After making an awesome backhanded snag in the bottom of the first on Saturday, Heyward made perfect contact for a solo bomb in the top of the second.

Taking Reds starting pitcher Luis Castillo deep on the first pitch thrown to him, Heyward tabbed his 13th long ball of the year on a no-doubter hit out to right-center. The second-inning jack put the Cubs up 1-0 at Great American Ball Park.

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