WATCH: Ian Happ smashes 422-foot blast for Cubs' first home run of season


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Ian Happ provided the Cubs with their first runs of the regular season with a two-run shot. (Credit: Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports)
Ian Happ provided the Cubs with their first runs of the regular season with a two-run shot. (Credit: Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports)

CHICAGO — Putting the Chicago Cubs on the scoreboard for the first time in the 2020 regular season, center fielder Ian Happ smacked a two-run no-doubter on Friday. The third-inning dinger put the Cubs up 2-0 on the Milwaukee Brewers.

Nico Hoerner singled in the previous at-bat, and Happ plated him via his 422-foot blast at Wrigley Field. Brewers hurler Brandon Woodruff was victimized on the dinger.

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