WATCH: Schwarber crushes homer 462 feet

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Chicago Cubs slugger Kyle Schwarber got out of his cold batting streak with a mammoth 462 home run in the second inning to put the Cubs up 4-2 against the Reds on Tuesday night. The home run had an exit velocity of 107 MPH and went to the back of the right field bleachers and almost left Wrigley Field entirely. It was the longest Cubs homer this season by 11 feet according to Statcast.

Check out the monster blast below by Schwarber.


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