Home Runs of April 15, 2019

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The following is a summary of the 32 home runs hit on April 15, 2019.


Chris Davis

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Chris Davis's first home run of 2019

On April 14, 2019, Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis broke his hitless streak against Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Rick Porcello ; he was 0-for-54, dating back to September 14, 2018.[1] (Davis surpassed the previous record of 46 consecutive hitless at-bats, which was held by infielder Eugenio Vélez since 2011.)[1]

On April 15, Davis hit his first home run of the 2019 season, which was his first home run since August 24, 2018.[2] [+]

Edwin Encarnación

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Edwin Encarnacion's two-run homer extends the Mariners' streak to 19 games

For the 19th straight game, the Seattle Mariners hit at least one home run. Edwin Encarnación extended their team's streak by hitting a two-run homer in the bottom of the 8th inning.[3]

Before the 2019 season, the Major League record for the number of games with at least one home run to start the season was 14 (set by the 2002 Cleveland Indians).[3]

Christian Yelich

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Christian Yelich hits a trio of homers

Christian Yelich collected his first career 3-homer game against the St. Louis Cardinals.[5] This was the first three-homer game for a Brewers player since Aaron Hill accomplished the feat against the Cincinnati Reds at the Great American Ball Park on May 7, 2016.[6] [+]

The first two home runs were three-run homers; the second one broke a 6-6 tie in the bottom of the 6th inning. His third home run was a solo homer and gave him a total of 7 RBI in the same game; the last Brewer to collect 7 RBI in a game was Jesús Aguilar, who did it against the New York Yankees on July 7, 2017.[6] [+] [+]

Yelich has homered in each of his five games against the Cardinals this season. The only other player to homer in each of his first five games of a season vs. St. Louis is former career home run leader Hank Aaron in 1972.[4] Jeff Bagwell (2000), Andrés Galarraga (1996), Matt Williams (1993), and Tommy Holmes (1945) each homered in 5 straight games against St. Louis, as well, but not in the first 5 games their team faced them.[7]

List

Batter Team Inning Pitcher Runners on Outs Score
Nolan Arenado (2) Rockies 6th Joey Lucchesi 0 1 2-1, Rockies
Asdrúbal Cabrera (5) Rangers 6th Jake Jewell 1 2 9-4, Rangers
Kole Calhoun (3) Angels 8th Kyle Bird 1 2 12-5, Rangers
Welington Castillo (1) White Sox 8th Brad Boxberger 1 0 4-3, Royals
Shin-Soo Choo (1) Rangers 3rd Trevor Cahill 0 0 4-1, Angels
Willson Contreras (6) Cubs 7th Drew Steckenrider 0 1 5-2, Cubs
C. J. Cron (2) Twins 4th Matt Shoemaker 2 1 1-0, Blue Jays
Chris Davis (1) Orioles 8th Heath Hembree 1 1 4-1, Orioles
Paul DeJong (4) Cardinals 1st Freddy Peralta 0 1 1-0, Cardinals
Ian Desmond (1) Rockies 7th Joey Lucchesi 0 0 3-1, Rockies
Hunter Dozier (4) Royals 2nd Ervin Santana 0 0 0-0
Edwin Encarnación (5) Mariners 8th Óliver Pérez 1 1 5-1, Indians
Maikel Franco (5) Phillies 4th Noah Syndergaard 1 0 5-3, Mets
Joey Gallo (5) Rangers 3rd Trevor Cahill 0 2 4-3, Angels
Paul Goldschmidt (7) Cardinals 1st Freddy Peralta 0 1 0-0
Brian Goodwin (2) Angels 1st Shelby Miller 1 2 1-0, Angels
Teoscar Hernández (1) Blue Jays 8th Adalberto Mejía 2 0 3-2, Twins
Mike Moustakas (6) Brewers 2nd Dakota Hudson 0 0 2-0, Cardinals
Wil Myers (4) Padres 9th Scott Oberg 0 0 5-1, Rockies
Omar Narváez (3) Mariners 8th Óliver Pérez 0 1 5-3, Indians
Brandon Nimmo (3) Mets 6th José Álvarez 0 1 5-5
Chris Owings (1) White Sox 2nd Ervin Santana 1 1 1-0, Royals
Marcell Ozuna (6) Cardinals 9th Josh Hader 0 0 10-6, Brewers
Joc Pederson (7) Dodgers 9th Raisel Iglesias 1 0 3-2, Reds
Yasiel Puig (2) Reds 1st Clayton Kershaw 1 1 0-0
José Ramírez (1) Indians 3rd Yusei Kikuchi 0 0 2-0, Indians
Franmil Reyes (4) Padres 4th Antonio Senzatela 0 0 2-0, Rockies
Dwight Smith Jr. (3) Orioles 5th Marcus Walden 1 2 2-0, Orioles
Chad Wallach (1) Marlins 4th Yu Darvish 0 1 3-1, Cubs
Christian Yelich (6) Brewers 2nd Dakota Hudson 2 2 3-2, Brewers
Christian Yelich (7) Brewers 6th Mike Mayers 2 1 6-6
Christian Yelich (8) Brewers 8th John Brebbia 0 0 9-6, Brewers
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