Cubs' Willson Contreras hits home run on first big-leag

null null null Baseball It took only one pitch for touted Chicago Cubs prospect Willson Contreras to get acquainted with Major League Baseball. Contreras, pinch-hitting in the bottom of the sixth against the Pirates Sunday, blasted a 401-foot home run off an 81-mph change

up from reliever A.J. Schugel for the first two RBIs of his big league career. MORE: 's worst fielders | Kid gives little girl game ball, melts heartsWelcome to the show, kid! Willson Contreras home run in his first ab! #Cubs #SNB #PITvsCHC— Kevin Marchina (@kg_holler) June 20, 2016Contreras joined Jim Bullinger (1992) as the only Cubs to hit a homer on the first career pitch they see. The catcher prospect also joins an impressive list of Cubs accomplishments in their debut games.  Javier Baez hit a game-winning homer in his first , game back in August 2014, while Jorge Soler homered in his first at-bat three weeks later.