Chicago Cubs rookie outfielder Kyle Schwarber became part of Wrigley Field history for years to come.
The 22-year-old’s massive home run during the Cubs game four win over the St. Louis Cardinals landed on the scoreboard and it will stay there for years to come. On Wednesday, the Cubs announced that they put a plexiglass case around the ball which sits on the scoreboard as it will be on display.
Here is Schwarber’s home run:
The Cubs officially sealed the box atop the scoreboard on Wednesday afternoon:
— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) October 14, 2015