Ian Happ Crushes a 423-Foot Homer Into the Bleachers
Ah, you left Edward Cabrera in just a bit too long. The Marlins starter had really started to give up some loud contact, without too much damage, by the time Ian Happ came up to the plate in the bottom of the fifth.
And this loud contact left the park:
That was 107 mph off the bat and 423 feet of no-doubt-homer-ness.
I know the splits have been rough, but Happ might be hitting the quietest .303/.425/.495/152 wRC+ in baseball. The guy is raking.
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