WATCH: Contreras crushes hardest home run he's ever hit in MLB

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Chicago Cubs catcher Willson Contreras hit a solo homer in the second inning against the Cardinals to put the Cubs up 1-0. It was his third home run of the season and was hit 109.5 MPH which was the hardest home run he's ever hit in the major leagues.

Cardinals starting pitcher Mike Leake had not given up a home run in over 50 innings before the blast by Contreras.

Check out the opposite-field home run below.


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