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The St. Louis Cardinals hit four home runs in a row off Philadelphia Phillies starter Kyle Gibson.

It is not every day you see a big-league team hit four home runs in a row off the same pitcher.

The St. Louis Cardinals were able to put five runs across in the first inning off Philadelphia Phillies starting pitching Kyle Gibson.

While Citizens Bank Park tends to favor the hitters, odds are, Gibson has never had a day like this at the office before. Shockingly, he lasted longer than his St. Louis counterpart Matthew Liberatore did in the game. He went four innings, as opposed to 2.2.

Here is the two-run shot off Nolan Arenado’s bat to get this home run party started.

Nolan picks up right where he left off!

— St. Louis Cardinals (@Cardinals) July 2, 2022

Nolan Gorman made it back-to-back jacks for the Redbirds.

Gorman goes yard!

— St. Louis Cardinals (@Cardinals) July 2, 2022

Juan Yepez got it to three in a row for the Cardinals with this dinger.

Yep! Yep! Yep!

— St. Louis Cardinals (@Cardinals) July 2, 2022

And Dylan Carlson did the improbable to make it four straight moonshots for St. Louis.

DC joins the party in Philly!

— St. Louis Cardinals (@Cardinals) July 2, 2022

As you can see, the Cardinals had way too much fun with this on social media, as they should.

Back-to-back-to back-to-back jacks ????

Say that four times fast ????

— St. Louis Cardinals (@Cardinals) July 2, 2022

Unfortunately, the Phillies tied it up at five runs apiece before the end of the third inning…

St. Louis Cardinals hit four home runs in a row vs. the Philadelphia Phillies

This is only the 11th time in MLB history a team has hit four consecutive home runs. The Cardinals have never done this before in their proud history as a professional baseball franchise either.


A little #STLCards history was made last night – a lot more was made today.

— Bally Sports Midwest (@BallySportsMW) July 2, 2022

The Cardinals are in a tight division race with the Milwaukee Brewers in the NL Central. With the three other division rivals all rebuilding, either Milwaukee repeats or St. Louis will find a way to take the division crown for itself. As far as the Phillies are concerned, they have played fantastic baseball of late, but find themselves in third place in the NL East behind New York and Atlanta.

Ultimately, you rarely see something occur on the baseball diamond that is usually reserved for a video game console. Do not lie to yourself. We all tried to see how many home runs we could hit in a row to start a game off on the right foot. Four home runs in a row in a video game is pretty impressive, but to do this in a real-life sporting event for all the world to see is just mind-blowing.

Congratulations to the Cardinals for being the 11th team to ever pull this accomplishment off!

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Shohei Ohtani achieves feat last done by Babe Ruth

Los Angeles Angels superstar Shohei Ohtani accomplished a feat Tuesday evening last achieved by Babe Ruth in 1918.

"Shotime" recorded his 10th win of the season, making him only the second player in MLB history to have 10 or more wins as starting pitcher and 10 or more home runs in the same season. Ohtani and the Angels defeated the Oakland Athletics 5-1 Tuesday evening.


#Angels Shohei Ohtani has earned his 10th win of the season and joins Babe Ruth (1918) as the only players in A.L./N.L. history with 10+ wins and 10+ HR in the same season.

— Angels PR (@LAAngelsPR) August 10, 2022

Ohtani and Ruth are the only players in MLB history to achieve the feat. Ed Rile and Bullet Rogan accomplished the feat in the 1920s in the Negro Leagues.

The two-time All-Star and reigning American League MVP has had 25 home runs this season, along with 10 wins as starting pitcher. When Ruth achieved the feat, he had 13 wins and one home run.


The Angels are in fourth place in the American League West, with a record of 48-63.

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