WATCH: Happ slams 413-foot homer in MLB debut


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Chicago Cubs prospect Ian Happ hit a two-run homer in the seventh inning against the Cardinals to put the Cubs only down to 5-3 on Saturday afternoon.

The 413-foot blast was his first hit in the major leagues in his debut for the Cubs. The exit velocity on the home run was 104 MPH to the right field stands. He is the fifth Cubs player in the past 25 seasons to homer in his major-league debut.

Check out the home run below.



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