VIDEO: Seiya Suzuki CRUSHES First Major League Home Run

You could say that Japanese superstar Seiya Suzuki is enjoying his transition to major league baseball thus far. Sunday, he crushed his first home run, and it was a mammoth blast, off Milwaukee Brewers starter Freddie Peralta.

Measured at 412 feet, it sailed off his bat at a whopping 111 mph. The Chicago Cubs' newest star was batting .500 on the young season after the homer, and already had 6 RBIs through only three games. And there's more:

After the home run, the 27-year-old had seen 46 pitches in the majors, and had only swung and missed once

He got off to a slow start in spring training, but Suzuki is proving to be a quick learner to this point, showing why he was the best player in the Nippon League over the past several years. 

The Cubs won the offseason sweepstakes to sign Suzuki, giving him a 5-year deal worth $85M. 

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