The Chicago Cubs found themselves looking to claw back against the Cincinnati Reds after falling into an early deficit. Well, after adding a run in the sixth inning, the Cubbies broke open the game in the seventh. Kris Bryant gave Chicago a two-run lead, as he powered a three-run bomb over the fence.

The moonshot to left field was Bryant's 23rd of the year and it came at a pivotal moment in the game.

With the Cubbies holding onto a 1.5-game lead in the NL Central, a win on Sunday was critical for the squad, and the boom from KB puts Joe Maddon and Co. back in position to fly the W.