Astros Join Exclusive Group After Hitting Five Home Runs In One Inning

Tough night for the team

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May 17

It was a tough night for Nathan Eovaldi.

The Boston Red Sox lost by a score of 13-4 to the Houston Astros as Eovaldi allowed five home runs in the second inning.

The Astros became the eighth team in history to hit five home runs in an inning while the Red Sox starter became the third pitcher to allow five in one inning.

For more on Houston’s achievement, check out the video from “Red Sox Extra Innings,” presented by W.B. Mason.

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Boston Red Sox pitcher Nathan Eovaldi
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