Welcome to the record books, Ian Happ.
Happ broke an all-time Cubs franchise record in Tuesday's game against the Pirates. The Cubs center fielder and Pittsburgh native hit a leadoff home run, his 10th long ball of the 2020 season. It also was No. 60 of his career, a franchise record by Cubs switch hitters.
Augie Galan, who played for the Cubs from 1934-40, held the previous record with 59.
Here's a look at the top 5:
-Ian Happ (60)
-Augie Galan (59)
-Walt Wilmont (42)
-Ben Zobrist (40)
-Brian McRae (35)
Should we count shortstop Javier Báez on this list? Báez, who's hit 115 home runs, did bat left-handed in 2019 against the Reds, after all.