Home Runs of April 12, 2019

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The following is a summary of the 41 home runs hit on April 12, 2019.


Tom Murphy

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Tom Murphy's first home run extends the Mariners' home runs streak to 16 games

Tom Murphy slugged his first home run as a member of the Seattle Mariners. While the Mariners lost the game and their 6-game winning streak ended, their Major League record home run streak extended to 16 games.[2]

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Batter Team Inning Pitcher Runners on Outs Score
Willy Adames (1) Rays 9th Javy Guerra 1 1 9-7, Rays
Yonder Alonso (2) White Sox 5th J. A. Happ 1 0 5-3, Yankees
José Altuve (6) Astros 6th Shawn Armstrong 3 1 3-2, Mariners
Elvis Andrus (2) Rangers 5th Mike Fiers 2 1 3-1, Rangers
Josh Bell (3) Pirates 2nd Patrick Corbin 0 0 0-0
Cody Bellinger (8) Dodgers 3rd Corbin Burnes 1 1 2-1, Brewers
Andrew Benintendi (1) Rays 3rd David Hess 0 2 0-0
David Bote (1) Cubs 4th Noé Ramirez 0 1 3-1, Cubs
Asdrúbal Cabrera (4) Rangers 4th Mike Fiers 0 1 2-1, Rangers
Willson Contreras (4) Cubs 1st Tyler Skaggs 0 2 2-0, Cubs
Willson Contreras (5) Cubs 6th Noé Ramirez 0 0 4-1, Cubs
Khris Davis (10) Athletics 8th Chris Martin 0 1 6-6
Brett Gardner (3) Yankees 4th Lucas Giolito 0 2 4-3, Yankees
Alex Gordon (3) Royals 1st Carlos Carrasco 1 0 1-0, Royals
Yasmani Grandal (4) Brewers 5th Julio Urías 1 2 5-4, Dodgers
Yuli Gurriel (1) Astros 8th R.J. Alaniz 3 2 6-5, Astros
Eloy Jimenez (1) White Sox 5th Jonathan Holder 1 0 5-5
Eloy Jimenez (2) White Sox 7th Chad Green 0 1 7-6, White Sox
Ramón Laureano (3) Mets 7th Shawn Kelley 0 0 6-5, Rangers
Brandon Lowe (3) Rays 3rd Trent Thornton 1 2 2-0, Rays
Brandon Lowe (4) Rays 7th Elvis Luciano 1 0 6-0, Rays
Manny Machado (4) Padres 1st Luke Weaver 0 2 0-0
Luke Maile (1) Rays 7th Yonny Chirinos 1 1 8-4, Rays
James McCann (1) White Sox 7th Chad Green 0 1 8-6, White Sox
Andrew McCutchen (3) Phillies 8th Austin Brice 2 0 6-1, Phillies
Austin Meadows (5) Rays 1st Trent Thornton 0 0 0-0
Austin Meadows (6) Rays 3rd Trent Thornton 0 0 1-0, Rays
Colin Moran (2) Pirates 10th Justin Miller 2 1 3-3
Tom Murphy (baseball) (1) Mariners 9th Chris Devenski 0 0 10-5, Astros
Tyler Naquin (1) Indians 2nd Brad Keller 0 1 6-0, Royals
Brandon Nimmo (2) Mets 2nd Kyle Wright 1 2 1-0, Braves
Renato Núñez (2) Orioles 9th Tyler Thornburg 1 0 6-2, Red Sox
Joc Pederson (5) Dodgers 4th Corbin Burnes 1 2 4-3, Brewers
Hernán Pérez (2) Brewers 4th Julio Urías 1 1 3-2, Dodgers
Albert Pujols (2) Angels 4th Cole Hamels 0 0 3-0, Cubs
Anthony Rendon (5) Nationals 3rd Trevor Williams 0 2 1-1
Anthony Rendon (6) Nationals 8th Keone Kela 0 0 3-2, Pirates
Anthony Rizzo (3) Cubs 1st Tyler Skaggs 1 1 0-0
Corey Seager (2) Dodgers 1st Corbin Burnes 0 1 2-0, Brewers
Dwight Smith Jr. (2) Orioles 7th Eduardo Rodríguez 1 2 3-0, Red Sox
George Springer (4) Astros 3rd Wade LeBlanc 1 1 3-0, Mariners
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