WATCH: Happ's smacks two homers vs. Reds


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In the fourth inning on Sunday afternoon, Cubs rookie Ian Happ continued his offensive showcase with a solo homer to right-center field to add to the Cubs lead at 3-0. The homer traveled an estimated 409 feet and had an exit velocity of 110 MPH. According to ESPN Stats and Info, Happ is the fourth Cubs player along with Kyle Schwarber, Jorge Soler, and Mandy Brooks in the last 100 years with two multi-homer games in their first fifty career games.

Check out his homer below.


Check out his previous 412-foot homer earlier in the game to score Willson Contreras. The homer was Happ's 11th of his rookie season and it had an exit velocity of 103 MPH off the bat of the first-year major leaguer.



Tags: Kyle Schwarber, Jorge Soler, Ian Happ
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