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The Nats Just Hit Back-to-Back-to-Back-to-Back (That’s FOUR) Homers Against the Brewers


The Milwaukee Brewers have had a rough second half.

Since the All-Star break, they’ve won just four out of their first 12 games and are in bad shape against the Nationals this afternoon (down 7-0 in the third inning with Max Scherzer on the mound).


But were not here today to tell you about the hole itself, but rather how that hole was created – because it’s spectacular. In the bottom of the third inning earlier today, the Washington Nationals hit Back-to-Back-to-Back-to-Back home runs.

That’s the first time the team has hit four straight homers in Nationals history.

You can see the homers below:

Clearly, the mound visit wasn’t very helpful:

And if that wasn’t enough, after Daniel Murphy broke the streak with a fly out to center field, Antony Rendon hit another homer immediately after.

So if you’re keeping track at home, that’s four-straight homers, an out, and then a fifth homer in the inning. And because Harper hit one in the first, that’s six homers in the first three innings alone.


Holy crap.


Michael Cerami

Michael Cerami writes about MLB at Baseball Is Fun. You can find him on Twitter @Michael_Cerami.