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Watch Kris Bryant hit his 100th career home run

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And he did it on an important anniversary

MLB: Chicago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

On May 9, 2015, a young up-and-comer named Kris Bryant hit his very first big league home run. It was a three-run blast off Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Kyle Lohse. It was a big blast, and one that signaled his arrival for the Cubs.

Now, a mere three years later, Bryant drove in his 100th career home run on the anniversary of his very first. He is only the 22nd player in Cubs history to hit that milestone, and managed to do it in less time than some very impressive company:

It’s also worth noting the bomb came against the Marlins, the team Bryant hit his first home run of the season against in the opening series of 2018.

Now let’s enjoy a little Cubs history in action.