Kris Bryant sent a 405-foot blast sailing through the night sky at Wrigley Field for his 19th home run of the year.
Kris Bryant sent a 405-foot blast sailing through the night sky at Wrigley Field for his 19th home run of the year.

WATCH: KBOOM! Kris Bryant crushes 405-foot bomb


by - Senior Writer -

CHICAGO — Completing the Chicago Cubs' comeback from being down 3-0 to the Cincinnati Reds, Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant crushed a 405-foot rainmaker in the bottom of the sixth on Tuesday. The solo blast at Wrigley Field tied the game up at 3-3.

Bryant's towering dinger left the bat at 103 miles per hour and boasted a steep launch angle of 34 degrees. Marking the 19th long ball of the season for Bryant, the home run sailed out beyond left-center and came on a fastball thrown by Reds reliever Wandy Peralta.

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