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Albert Almora Rips 407-Foot Homer at 107MPH, the Hardest He’s Hit

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This dude is on fire, eh?

A day after coming through with a huge hit in the Cubs’ comeback win against the Brewers, Albert Almora Jr. got the scoring started against the Brewers (and, um, starting the comeback, since the Cubs already trailed 3-0 at the time).

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This time, it came by way of a monster shot to left, which you can watch here at Cubs.com. As Daren Willman points out, that was a serious blast for Almora:

After the blast, Almora pushed his slash line up to a team best (and very clean-looking) .450/.500/.700. That, of course, is just 23 plate appearances, but so far, Almora’s made the most of the time he’s been given, not only at the plate, but also in the field.


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And the Cubs are having some fun with it:


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Brett Taylor

Brett Taylor is the Editor of Bleacher Nation, and you can find him on Twitter at @BleacherNation.

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