Home Runs of April 9, 2019

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The following is a summary of the 48 home runs hit on April 9, 2019.


Jarrod Dyson

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Jarrod Dyson hits a walk-off two-run homer to win the game, 5-4

Jarrod Dyson hit a two-run walk-off home run in the bottom of the 9th inning. It was Dyson's first career walk-off homer.[1]

At the beginning of the frame, the Arizona Diamondbacks were down by two runs. Christian Walker singled to lead off the inning and Eduardo Escobar drove him in with an RBI double.[+]

Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo decided to have Jarrod Dyson pinch hit for John Ryan Murphy, who homered earlier in the ballgame. After talking with his hitting coach Darnell Coles, they agreed that Dyson was the best matchup to face the Rangers' closer José Leclerc.[1]

After falling behind in the count, 0-2, Dyson battled back to an even 2-2 count. On the next pitch, Dyson homered to give the Diamondbacks the victory and Leclerc's first blown save since becoming the Rangers' closer last summer.[2]

List

Batter Team Inning Pitcher Runners on Outs Score
Ronald Acuña Jr. (4) Braves 2nd German Márquez 0 1 0-0
Nick Ahmed (1) Diamondbacks 7th Mike Minor 0 1 4-1, Rangers
Pete Alonso (4) Mets 7th Adalberto Mejía 0 1 7-3, Twins
Pete Alonso (5) Mets 9th Chase De Jong 1 0 14-4, Twins
José Altuve (3) Astros 3rd Jonathan Loaisiga 0 1 1-1
Jake Bauers (1) Indians 6th Blaine Hardy 0 0 5-2, Indians
Mookie Betts (3) Red Sox 6th Matt Shoemaker 0 0 5-2, Blue Jays
Jay Bruce (7) Mariners 1st Jakob Junis 0 2 0-0
Michael Conforto (3) Mets 3rd Jacob deGrom 0 2 5-2, Twins
Jarrod Dyson (2) Diamondbacks 9th José Leclerc 1 1 4-3, Rangers
Kyle Farmer (2) Reds 7th Wei-Yin Chen 2 1 11-0, Reds
Maikel Franco (4) Phillies 3rd Stephen Strasburg 0 0 1-0, Nationals
Avisail García (1) Rays 2nd Ervin Santana 0 1 1-0, Rays
Mitch Garver (1) Twins 2nd Jacob deGrom 0 0 0-0
Mitch Garver (2) Twins 3rd Jacob deGrom 0 1 4-1, Twins
Paul Goldschmidt (6) Cardinals 5th Ross Stripling 0 1 3-0, Cardinals
Yan Gomes (1) Nationals 7th Aaron Nola 1 0 6-2, Phillies
Yasmani Grandal (2) Brewers 4th Matt Harvey 1 0 6-3, Angels
Yasmani Grandal (3) Brewers 5th Luke Bard 0 2 7-7
Bryce Harper (4) Phillies 3rd Stephen Strasburg 2 1 1-1
Matt Kemp (1) Reds 6th Wei-Yin Chen 2 1 6-0, Reds
Howie Kendrick (1) Nationals 7th Aaron Nola 0 1 6-4, Phillies
Tommy La Stella (2) Angels 1st Freddy Peralta 2 2 3-0, Angels
Tommy La Stella (3) Angels 4th Freddy Peralta 0 0 6-50, Angels
Brandon Lowe (2) Rays 3rd Ervin Santana 0 1 4-0, Rays
Leonys Martín (1) Indians 1st Jordan Zimmermann 0 0 0-0
Austin Meadows (3) Rays 2nd Ervin Santana 1 2 2-0, Rays
Brad Miller (1) Indians 2nd Jordan Zimmermann 1 2 1-1
Yoán Moncada (3) Rays 3rd Charlie Morton 1 2 5-0, Rays
Mitch Moreland (4) Red Sox 1st Matt Shoemaker 0 2 0-0
Mike Moustakas (4) Brewers 5th Luke Bard 1 2 7-5, Angels
John Ryan Murphy (2) Diamondbacks 3rd Mike Minor 0 0 4-0, Rangers
Brandon Nimmo (1) Mets 3rd Jacob deGrom 0 0 5-1, Twins
Roberto Pérez (1) Indians 5th Jordan Zimmermann 0 0 3-1, Indians
Jorge Polanco (2) Twins 8th Robert Gsellman 1 2 8-4, Twins
Jurickson Profar (1) Athletics 7th Richard Bleier 0 0 5-0, Athletics
Hunter Renfroe (4) Padres 7th Derek Holland 0 1 7-0, Giants
Victor Robles (3) Nationals 9th Edubray Ramos 0 2 6-5, Phillies
Eddie Rosario (2) Twins 3rd Jacob deGrom 1 1 2-1, Twins
Scott Schebler (2) Reds 6th Wei-Yin Chen 0 1 10-0, Reds
Jonathan Schoop (1) Twins 6th Seth Lugo 0 1 6-3, Twins
Jonathan Schoop (2) Twins 9th Jason Vargas 2 0 11-4, Twins
Marcus Semien (2) Athletics 2nd John Means 2 2 2-0, Athletics
Juan Soto (2) Nationals 10th José Álvarez 2 0 6-6
Eugenio Suárez (2) Reds 6th Wei-Yin Chen 0 1 9-0, Reds
Dansby Swanson (4) Braves 4th German Márquez 2 1 2-0, Braves
Luke Voit (3) Yankees 1st Gerrit Cole 0 2 0-0
Jesse Winker (1) Reds 4th José Ureña 1 1 2-0, Reds
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