Rizzo led off the Chicago second with his ninth home run, launching a 92.4 mph fastball from Nola 415 feet to right, striking the video board. The ball had an exit velocity of 106.7 mph, per Statcast™, but didn't appear to break any of the lights.
It's the fifth time a player has homered off that video board. Fellow Cub Ian Happ did so this year on May 22.
This was Rizzo's second career homer off the right-field video board. He now ranks second on the team with 40 RBIs, and the Cubs join the Braves as the only National League teams withtwo players who have driven in that many runs. Javier Baez leads the NL with 46 RBIs.