Ian Happ

Ian Happ becomes second Cub to hit home run onto Baltimore's Eutaw Street

Happ struck a home run 395 feet over the Camden Yards

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Against the Orioles on Tuesday, Ian Happ launched a three-run home run over the right field fence of Camden Yards, giving the Cubs a commanding 7-2 lead in the fourth inning ahead of their 9-2 win.

The ball landed on the famous Eutaw Street in Baltimore, making Happ the second Cubs player to hit a home run on the famed street. Jason Heyward was the first, hitting a home run there on July 14, 2017.

As you can see from the picture, Happ's plaque on the street is on the way.

Happy's been on a tear at the plate, recently. According to Ryan Herrera, Happ is hitting .280 with a 1.025 OPS, 41 RBIs, 26 runs, 10 doubles and 12 home runs over his last 39 games. That dates back to May 26.

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