Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant drilled a 445-foot solo bomb out to straightaway center field on Wednesday. (Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports)
Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant drilled a 445-foot solo bomb out to straightaway center field on Wednesday. (Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports)

WATCH: Kris Bryant smashes 445-foot home run


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PHILADELPHIA — Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant ended a scoreless night for his team by going yard in the top of the seventh on Wednesday. With a lengthy solo blast hit out to straightaway center field, Bryant made the score 11-1 in favor of the Philadelphia Phillies.

The dinger at Citizens Bank Park carried 445 feet after being scorched off the bat at 108 miles per hour. Bryant's 24th long ball of the season, the solo shot boasted a launch angle of 28 degrees and served as Bryant's longest home run of the year.

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