Kyle Schwarber smashes windshield with batting practice home run

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If you’re wondering whether Kyle Schwarber arrived at Spring Training yet, just listen for the sound of breaking glass.

Schwarber, who mashed it with the best of them during his rookie season, is already off to a smashing success in his second season.

An unsuspecting Cubs fan, who parked their car a bit too close to Sloan Park, found a Schwarbomb had been dropped on their windshield.

Our car is now famous. Kyle Schwarber ‘s home run in batting practice found our windshield. Everyone took pictures and laughed at the idiot who parked there. I did the same. A photo posted by Peter Gesler (@geslerp) on Feb 17, 2016 at 10:56am PST

Pitchers and catchers weren’t expected to report to Arizona until Friday, but several Cubs showed up early to get a jump on the season.

Looks like Schwarber is in mid-season or, should we say, postseason form.

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