Nationals Make Baseball History With Trio Of Home Runs Vs. Padres


Apr 28, 2019

They may no longer have Bryce Haper, but the Washington Nationals are finding other ways to make history in 2019.

Sunday afternoon’s game between the Nationals and the San Diego Padres was one for the record books with three Washington players, all 21-year-old or younger, hitting a home run.

Juan Soto, Victor Robles and Carter Kieboom all contributed to the feat, which, by the way, has never happened before.

They’ve been playing affiliated baseball for a long time, so yes, this is massively impressive.

Bravo, boys.

Thumbnail photo via Geoff Burke/USA TODAY Sports Images
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