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Lights out: Christian Yelich breaks Wrigley video board during Friday batting practice

Posted at 5:37 PM, Jul 24, 2020

CHICAGO — During batting practice prior to Friday's Brewers game, Christian Yelich broke a Wrigley Field video board.

The Brewers outfielder hit a ball the way we all know he can and nailed the video board. The ball hit so hard, it turned off some of the lights within the board.

The Brewers shared a photo on Twitter Friday, saying Yelich had already done some damage, and the game hadn't even started yet.

After the Brewers shared the photos, fans began throwing out comments calling Yelich the MVP, giving him an 'atta boy', and even making predictions saying the Brewers are taking the world series this year.

We don't want to jinx anything, and we can't see the future, but if that's what's to come from Yelich this season, we are all in for a treat.

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