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Schwarber hits 30 HRs

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Chicago Cubs slugger Kyle Schwarber was once struggling to make the Majors earlier this season. Now, the slugger has hit his 30th home run.

He went 2-for-4 in Saturday’s with a home run and 4 RBI’s in the win over the Cincinnati Reds. He hit the home off of Reds pitcher Jackson Stephens to center field.

Kyle Schwarber (Getty Images)

Kyle Schwarber (Getty Images)

After a wild pitch, which put runners in scoring position innings later, Schwarber hit the runners in for two of the RBIs.

Earlier this season, Schwarber struggled. He was even demoted to Triple-A back in June.

However, since the All-Star game, the slugger has a .254 batting average with 17 home runs.

Schwarber, whose in his third-year with the Cubs, hit the career-high 30 home runs in a 129 games. He previously had 16 home runs during the 2015 season.

In just 11 games with the Iowa Cubs at the Triple-A level, he had four home runs and 9 RBI’s.

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