WATCH: Rizzo smashes homers in back-to-back at-bats


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Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo has hit two solo homers in his last two at-bats against the Giants on Wednesday night. He has an impressive four homers in his last four games and now leads the Cubs with 11 homers on the season ahead of Kris Bryant (10). The second homer had an exit velocity of 108 MPH, went an estimated 434 feet and was Rizzo's 14th multi-homer game of his major league career.

In a rather crazy stat, Rizzo is now 3-3 lifetime with three solo homers against starter Matt Moore.

Rizzo has 129 homers since the start of 2013 which is the most in the National League during that span.

Check out the two homers below.








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