Jorge Soler Hits First Leadoff HR In World Series Game 1 History

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There have been 117 World Series played throughout Major League Baseball’s long history.

Somehow, the circumstances of Jorge Soler’s home run have never happened before.

In the top of the first inning, the Atlanta Braves outfielder hit a leadoff homer to get things going early. It was the first-ever leadoff blast to take place during a Game 1 in all of those years of professional baseball, per ESPN’s Jeff Passan.

The Braves ended the inning up 2-0 over the Houston Astros.

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