Patrick Wisdom is dancing his way into the National League Rookie of the Year conversation and towards Cubs history.
Wisdom crushed a three-run home run during Game 1 of Wednesday's doubleheader against the Rockies, a blast that came close to hitting a building on Waveland Ave.
That was Wisdom's 21st home run this season, most among NL rookies. It's also five away from tying the single-season Cubs rookie home run record — set by none other than Kris Bryant.
Bryant, whom the Cubs traded to the Giants last month, hit 26 home runs during his 2015 debut season. He broke the previous record set by Billy Williams (25) in 1961.
With a little over a month left this season, Wisdom has a great chance to etch his name into team history.
At the least, Wisdom is set to lead the team in home runs this season. He's one away from tying Javy Báez (22) for first on the Cubs.