Home Runs of April 5, 2019

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The following is a summary of the 42 home runs hit on April 5, 2019.


Cody Bellinger

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Cody Bellinger's 6th home run of 2019

Cody Bellinger is officially the MLB's home run leader, hitting his 6th home run in the Los Angeles Dodgers' first 8 games. No Dodger has ever hit 6 home runs in the first 8 games of a season.[2]

As of April 5, 2019, Bellinger has hit more home runs than 10 different Major League teams.[2]

Russell Martin

The Los Angeles Dodgers' Russell Martin hit his first home run of the season. This gave the Dodgers a total of 21 homers through their first 8 games, which is the second-most in MLB history; the only other team to hit more home runs in as many games was the 2000 St. Louis Cardinals (23).[2]

Carlos Santana

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Carlos Santana's walk-off homer against the Blue Jays

Carlos Santana's first home run of the 2019 season was a walk-off home run against the Toronto Blue Jays.[1] It was the fifth walk-off home run of his career and the first since June 17, 2016, against the Chicago White Sox.[1] His fifth walk-off homer ties him with Cory Snyder for the third-most in franchise history (since 1925); Jim Thome has 9 and Albert Belle has 6.[1]

This is also the earliest walk-off homer by date in Indians history; Yan Gomes previously hit a walk-off homer on April 8, 2018.[1]

List

Batter Team Inning Pitcher Runners on Outs Score
Ronald Acuña Jr. (2) Braves 4th Pablo López 1 0 0-0
Tim Anderson (1) White Sox 8th Chasen Bradford 0 1 9-8, White Sox
Orlando Arcia (2) Brewers 5th Carl Edwards Jr. 1 1 8-5, Brewers
Alex Avila (2) Diamondbacks 8th Eduardo Núñez 0 2 14-5, Diamondbacks
Cody Bellinger (6) Dodgers 5th Tyler Anderson 2 0 3-1, Dodgers
Mookie Betts (2) Red Sox 8th Matt Koch 1 0 14-1, Diamondbacks
Ryan Braun (2) Brewers 2nd José Quintana 2 2 3-0, Brewers
Willson Contreras (2) Cubs 5th Chase Anderson 0 2 8-4, Brewers
Carlos Correa (1) Astros 4th Frankie Montas 0 0 1-1
David Dahl (1) Rockies 9th Yimi García 0 1 10-4, Dodgers
Paul DeJong (3) Cardinals 4th Nick Margevicius 0 1 0-0
Daniel Descalso (1) Cubs 4th Brandon Woodruff 2 0 8-0, Brewers
Yandy Díaz (2) Rays 1st Dereck Rodríguez 1 2 1-0, Rays
Tyler Flowers (1) Braves 4th Pablo López 0 2 2-0, Braves
Joey Gallo (3) Rangers 4th Félix Peña 0 1 1-0, Angels
Freddy Galvis (2) Blue Jays 5th Shane Bieber 1 1 1-0, Indians
Paul Goldschmidt (5) Cardinals 8th Trey Wingenter 0 2 5-2, Padres
Yasmani Grandal (1) Brewers 3rd José Quintana 0 1 7-0, Brewers
Mitch Haniger (2) Mariners 6th Jace Fry 1 2 6-6
Ryon Healy (3) Mariners 6th Reynaldo López 1 2 6-4, White Sox
Jason Heyward (1) Cubs 8th Matt Albers 1 2 8-4, Brewers
Adam Jones (4) Diamondbacks 5th Rick Porcello 0 0 5-1, Diamondbacks
Max Kepler (1) Twins 3rd Nick Pivetta 1 0 5-0, Phillies
Kevin Kiermaier (2) Rays 1st Dereck Rodríguez 0 2 3-0, Rays
Ketel Marte (2) Diamondbacks 4th Rick Porcello 0 1 1-1
Ketel Marte (3) Diamondbacks 6th Brian Johnson 3 1 8-1, Diamondbacks
Russell Martin (1) Dodgers 6th Carlos Estévez 0 0 6-1, Dodgers
Mitch Moreland (2) Red Sox 9th Matt Koch 2 1 15-5, Diamondbacks
Max Muncy (2) Dodgers 4th Tyler Anderson 0 1 1-1
Hernán Pérez (1) Brewers 3rd José Quintana 0 1 6-0, Brewers
Kevin Plawecki (1) Indians 3rd Trent Thornton 0 0 0-0
Jorge Polanco (1) Twins 5th Nick Pivetta 0 0 6-2, Phillies
Hunter Renfroe (3) Padres 6th Dominic Leone 1 2 1-0, Cardinals
Carlos Santana (1) Indians 9th Joe Biagini 0 1 2-2
Domingo Santana (4) Mariners 1st Reynaldo López 0 2 0-0
Trevor Story (2) Rockies 7th Brock Stewart 1 2 9-2, Dodgers
Trevor Story (3) Rockies 9th Yimi García 0 2 10-5, Dodgers
Eric Thames (1) Brewers 7th Brandon Kintzler 2 1 10-5, Brewers
Mike Trout (2) Angels 6th Lance Lynn 0 0 1-1
Mike Trout (3) Angels 8th Jesse Chavez 0 2 2-1, Angels
Ildemaro Vargas (1) Diamondbacks 6th Brian Johnson 1 2 12-1, Diamondbacks
Dan Vogelbach (2) Mariners 4th Reynaldo López 0 2 6-3, White Sox
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