Three years after Andrew McCutchen hit a leadoff home run in his first at-bat with the Philadelphia Phillies, Kyle Schwarber did the same thing.
On a 3-2 count against Oakland Athletics starter Frankie Montas, Schwarber hit a ball off the facing of the second deck in right field, a 426-foot blast:
For Schwarber, it was his 14th career leadoff home run, and his second career bomb on Opening Day.
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