WATCH: David Ross crushes his 100th career homer

WATCH: David Ross crushes his 100th career homer


by - Senior Editor -

Cubs veteran catcher David Ross launched a three-run bomb near the Nuveen sign in left field in the fourth inning to put the Cubs up 5-1.

It was his 100th homer of his career that went 417 feet and had an exit velocity of 106 MPH. His first career homer was off of former Cubs first baseman Mark Grace.

According to the Baseball Almanac, only 845 people have hit at least 100 career homers all-time.

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