WATCH: Russell smacks his 2nd homer of spring


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Addison Russell Photo
Pos: SS/2B   Height: 6-0   Weight: 200   Hometown: Pensacola, FL (Pace (HS) HS)  
Years Played: 2016 - 2018

The Chicago Cubs brought out the heavy lumber in the team's 11-4 win over the Cleveland Indians in Las Vegas on Saturday night.

One of the team's 17 hits was Addy Russell's second homer of the spring and he was 3-for-3 with two runs during the game. Jacob Hannemann and Mark Zagunis also both homered in the win.

Russell is currently batting .393 going 11-for-28 with seven runs, two homers, and 7 RBIs during spring. He also has an impressive 1.067 OPS.

Look for Russell to have a huge comeback year statistically in 2018 as the only thing that will probably stop him is some type of injury.

Check out his homer below.



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