He is really going the other way with authority lately. And I love it.
Category: Chicago Cubs Highlights
Almora keeps getting it done in the outfield, making huge plays that few others could make.
439 feet the other way. BOOM.
I really thought he had no chance at this one, and considering he had to cover 121 FEET, I had a point. But … it’s Almora.
He may not be hitting, but my word, he can still do this.
I would have been angry, too, even if I can’t say for sure that was the wrong call.
I want to describe this, but you kinda just have to watch.
Power to all fields, power from all sides.
Wind or no wind, this was a monster bomb.
Watching it a few more times, and considering the context … yeah, he was right.
Maddon was at least right that one of these called strikes was super extremely not a strike.
Enjoy it again if you were there, or take in the atmosphere if you weren’t.
How does this guy do it?
The Cubs took advantage of mistakes to put up a crazy inning.
It’s an OK day to enjoy the return of baseball to the north side of Chicago.
Rarely is a seven-run 8th inning necessary when you have a two-run lead, but, well.
It would have worked as an inside-the-parker, too!
He was pumped about a strikeout, and then he did this.
Nice play on the infield.
Love seeing this.
Gonna love seeing this young man’s power develop.
Flashing the leather in the rain!
452 feet. Oh my word.
I can score that run, sir.
The slide didn’t ultimately disrupt the play, but the Braves weren’t happy.
Rosario was just chilling in the bullpen, and then boom, ball in the cap!
That was a SHOT. As they often are.
These videos are just so good, and we can already enjoy the Opening Day win in a beautifully-produced video.