Chicago Cubs left fielder Kyle Schwarber notched his 35th long ball of 2019 with an opposite-field solo blast.
Chicago Cubs left fielder Kyle Schwarber notched his 35th long ball of 2019 with an opposite-field solo blast.

WATCH: Kyle Schwarber swats opposite-field blast for his 35th dinger


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SAN DIEGO — Chicago Cubs left fielder Kyle Schwarber put his club up 4-2 over the San Diego Padres in the top of the fifth on Monday. By swatting a 371-foot solo bomb out to left field at Petco Park, Scwharber collected his 35th dinger of the season.

Schwarber got underneath a changeup thrown by Padres starter Cal Quantrill and sent it into the bleachers for an opposite-field tater. Leaving the bat at 101 miles per hour, the solo shot sported a launch angle of 28 degrees.

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