WATCH: Rizzo and Happ go back-to-back homers vs. Mets


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The Chicago Cubs continued their hot offensive output from Tuesday as they hit back-to-back homers in the first inning against the New York Mets.

Anthony Rizzo launched the first pitch of the game for a homer and then rookie Ian Happ deposited a fastball in the seats to put the Cubs up 2-0. It was his seventh homer of the season that traveled 411 feet and it was the second time this season that the Cubs had back-to-back homers.

Check out the videos below.


Here is Rizzo's 414-foot homer run on the first pitch from Matt Harvey.



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