WATCH: Bullpen dances again after Bryant's homer


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The wind is blowing out so Monday's game might be very high scoring.

In the third inning, Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant smacked a two-run homer that traveled 386 feet with an exit velocity of 102 MPH to put the Cubs up 4-3 in the third inning.

It was his 8th homer of the season including his sixth for the month of May.

Check out the video below:


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