WATCH: Happ smacks 2nd homer of game vs. Cardinals


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Chicago Cubs rookie Ian Happ smacked his second homer run of the game to put the Cubs up 6-4 against the Cardinals. It was his fourth homer of the season as he hit his third homer of the year earlier in the game.

Happ took a curtain call to the Wrigley Field faithful after his second homer that went an estimated 399 feet and had an exit velocity of 108 MPH.

Check out the homer below.

The CubsHQ Twitter account was excited about the Happ-homer fest.


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