This was Schierholtz’s first home run since August 1, when he hit a home run off of current teammate Edwin Jackson to break a tie in the 5th inning against the Nationals and win the game, 3-2.
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Shin-Soo Choo’s first home run in a Reds uniform was off the first pitch in the bottom of the 1st inning.
(Before joining the Reds, Choo spent most of his career with the Indians.)
This homer tied the ballgame. However, the celebration was shortened after a Jonathan Lucroy sac-fly that won the game for the Brewers in the 10th inning.
(Fowler helped get the Rockies some revenge, as he would go on to hit another home run against Axford in the 9th inning two games later…)
Fowler’s first two home runs this season came off the same pitcher (John Axford) in the same inning (9th); his first home run was hit on Opening Day.
The second long ball was off an 84 mile-per-hour slider, as opposed to the first one: a 95 mile-per-hour fastball.
This one was put into orbit and almost hit the Shea Bridge.
Evan Gettis’s first career hit came during his second at-bat was a home run!
…And he did it while his dad was watching him play while being interviewed by FOX Sports!
With this home run, Goldy has equaled the total number of home runs he hit all of last season.
(He’s having quite a year so far, leading the National League in RBI, with 69.)
In his first at-bat back from the disabled list, he belts a home run!
With this three-run home run, DeRosa now has more RBI than hits! Not a lot of people can say that three months into the season… although he does only have 23 hits (and 24 RBI).
The first walk-off home run of the 2013 season!