Wrigley Field has history of towering home runs

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Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant hit a monster home run against the Washington Nationals, bringing back memories of some of the more impressive home runs hit at Wrigley Field.

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Glenallen Hill hit one ball onto the rooftop across Waveland Ave.

Dave Kingman smashed a ball across Waveland Ave., three houses deep on Kenmore.

Sammy Sosa wasn’t able to hit ontop of a Waveland Ave. buildings, but did manage to break a window.

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