Seattle Mariners outfielder Jarred Kelenic had a series at Wrigley Field.

The third-year player deepened in all three games against the Chicago Cubs, including a 482 foot home run to the deadlock Wednesday afternoon that was the second-longest of the 2023 MLB season.

Jarred Kelenic of the Seattle Mariners is congratulated by Teoscar Hernandez after a home run against the Cubs at Wrigley Field on April 12, 2023 in Chicago. (Nuccio DiNuzzo/Getty Images)

The upper deck moonshot was the longest home run by a Mariners player in the Statcast era and the second-longest at Wrigley Field since Statcast began tracking in 2015.

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The sixth overall pick in the 2018 MLB Draft is hitting .351 in 13 games and has hit safely in his last seven games.

«Certainly the wind was blowing today, but that ball was absolutely steamy.» seattle manager Scott Servais said. «All three of Jarred’s home runs in this series were just slays. I played with Mr. (Sammy) Sosa for a few years. I never saw him rise to that level in center field.»

Jarred Kelenic of the Seattle Mariners celebrates after hitting an RBI double against the Guardians at Progressive Field on April 9, 2023 in Cleveland, Ohio.

Jarred Kelenic of the Seattle Mariners celebrates after hitting an RBI double against the Guardians at Progressive Field on April 9, 2023 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Jason Miller/Getty Images)

Kelenic has disappointed to start his career, failing to hit above the Mendoza Line in each of his first two seasons.

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But the left fielder is breaking through to start the 2023 season and is impressing his manager with his focus at the plate.

Teoscar Hernandez of the Seattle Mariners is congratulated by Jarred Kelenic during the Cubs game at Wrigley Field on April 12, 2023 in Chicago.

Teoscar Hernandez of the Seattle Mariners is congratulated by Jarred Kelenic during the Cubs game at Wrigley Field on April 12, 2023 in Chicago. (Nuccio DiNuzzo/Getty Images)

«I’m very excited about where he is, and really, probably more excited to see where this goes in the future,» Servais said, according to The Seattle Times. «For years we’ve been talking about talent, talent, talent, potential and all that other stuff, and now we’re starting to see it.»

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The Mariners are 5-8 on the season after beating the Cubs on Wednesday and return home for a three-game series against the colorado rocky mountains on Friday.

Associated Press contributed to this report