You already know about the man, the myth and the legend that is Kyle Schwarber. You know that he had three multi-homer regular season games during his rookie season. You know that he called his shot in Game 4 of the NLDS (another multi-HR game). You know that he planted a ball on the Wrigley Field videoboard that was briefly preserved as some sort of modern art masterpiece.
So, you probably won't be all that surprised to learn that before Cubs Spring Training had even officially started, Schwarber mashed a homer out of the ballpark and into the windshield of a car parked out in the stadium lot:
Sounds like Schwarber just nailed a car.- John Arguello (@CubsDen) February 17, 2016
Be careful where you park to watch #Cubs this spring. One of Schwarber's BP home runs broke a car windshield today- Carrie Muskat (@CarrieMuskat) February 17, 2016
We're of the school of thought that this car, too, should be preserved as a piece of art and/or a warning to all other fans that parking between the foul poles with a lineup like this isn't always the best idea. After practice, Schwarber caught a glimpse of his destruction and did his due diligence via Twitter:
And ...... problem solved! https://t.co/H8kbI4OoyB— Kyle Schwarber (@kschwarb12) February 17, 2016