WATCH: Ian Happ breaks scoreless tie with 405-foot home run


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Cubs center fielder Ian Happ went yard in the bottom of the third on Saturday.
Cubs center fielder Ian Happ went yard in the bottom of the third on Saturday.

CHICAGO — Center fielder Ian Happ replaced an ailing Kris Bryant as the Chicago Cubs' leadoff man on Saturday and tallied extra-base hits in his first two at-bats. In the bottom of the third, Happ broke a scoreless tie with a solo bomb at Wrigley Field.

Happ put the Cubs up 1-0 on the Pittsburgh Pirates with a dinger off Mitch Keller, which marked Happ's third dinger of the year. The long ball carried 405 feet out to center field.

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