WATCH: Bryant smashes 433 feet homer in World Series

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Cubs slugger Kris Bryant launched a solo homer to left field in the first inning of the World Series against the Indians on Tuesday night.

The 433-feet blast had an exit velocity of 106.2 MPH and it was on a 0-2 count as Tomlin threw him a slow curveball.

Bryant is the first Cubs player with a home run in consecutive World Series games.




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