WATCH: Russell crushes game-tying RBI


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Addison Russell might have jump started his offense against the Braves on Tuesday night.

In the ninth inning, Russell followed a double by Albert Almora Jr. with his own double that went an estimated 404 feet to left center field.

It was one of his best at-bats of the season.

Check out the video below:


Cubs Twitter enjoyed the double by Russell:




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