Chicago Cubs third baseman Ian Happ went yard while playing in his hometown of Pittsburgh.
Chicago Cubs third baseman Ian Happ went yard while playing in his hometown of Pittsburgh.

WATCH: Playing in his hometown, Ian Happ smacks game-tying dinger


by - Senior Writer -

PITTSBURGH — Playing in his hometown of Pittsburgh, Chicago Cubs third baseman Ian Happ slugged a game-tying home run on Wednesday night. Hammering a leadoff blast in the top of the seventh at PNC Park, Happ tied the Pittsburgh Pirates at 2-2.

The 408-foot blast out to center field marked Happ's eighth long ball of the season. Happ chased Pirates starter Dario Agrazal from the game by way of the long ball, which left the bat at 107 miles per hour and 24 degrees.

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