Home Runs of March 28, 2019

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The following is a summary of the 48 home runs hit on Opening Day , March 28, 2019.


Robinson Canó

Before the beginning of the 2019 season, Robinson Canó had never played for a National League team; he signed with the New York Mets during the 2018-19 offseason.

In his first at-bat with his new team, Canó hit a 406-foot home run into the center field bleachers against Max Scherzer.

Fun Facts:

  • This is the second home run Canó has hit off Scherzer in his career; the last one came on April 3, 2011 - also in an Opening Day series - when both Scherzer and Canó were playing for American League teams (the Tigers and the Yankees, respectively).[1]
  • Canó is the 10th player in Mets history to homer in his first at-bat with the Mets. The last player to do so was Mike Jacobs, who accomplished the feat on August 21, 2005.[2]
  • Robinson Canó's home run came off a change-up. Max Scherzer threw threw 548 change-ups in 2018 and, out of those pitches, only one of those was a home run.[2]

Rhys Hoskins

Rhys Hoskins smashed the first grand slam of the 2019 season to give the Phillies a 10-3 lead in the bottom of the 7th inning. It was also the first grand slam of his Major League career.

Luke Voit

Luke Voit hit the Yankees' first home run of 2019. In the first inning of a game against the Orioles, he hit a three-run blast that gave the Yankees an early 3-0 lead and eventually an Opening Day victory.[3]

List

Batter Team Inning Pitcher Runners on Outs Score
Jorge Alfaro (1) Marlins 9th Seunghwan Oh 0 2 6-2, Rockies
José Altuve (1) Astros 5th Ian Snell 0 2 4-1, Astros
Elvis Andrus (1) Rangers 3rd Jon Lester 1 2 0-0
Javier Báez (1) Cubs 4th Mike Minor 0 2 2-0, Rangers
Javier Báez (2) Cubs 5th Jesse Chavez 2 2 4-2, Cubs
Harrison Bader (1) Cardinals 2nd Jhoulys Chacín 0 2 0-0
Austin Barnes (1) Dodgers 4th Zack Greinke 0 0 5-0, Dodgers
Tim Beckham (2) Mariners 2nd Chris Sale 0 1 2-0, Red Sox
Tim Beckham (3) Mariners 3rd Chris Sale 1 1 4-2, Mariners
Cody Bellinger (1) Dodgers 7th Matt Koch 0 2 10-2, Dodgers
Greg Bird (1) Yankees 8th Paul Fry 0 0 6-2, Yankees
Michael Brantley (1) Astros 4th Ian Snell 0 0 3-1, Astros
Kris Bryant (1) Cubs 8th Kyle Dowdy 1 0 10-2, Cubs
Robinson Canó (1) Mets 1st Max Scherzer 0 2 0-0
Jhoulys Chacín (1) Brewers 5th Miles Mikolas 0 1 4-3, Brewers
Khris Davis (2) Athletics 6th Trevor Cahill 0 0 3-0, Athletics
Corey Dickerson (1) Pirates 8th Raisel Iglesias 0 0 5-2, Reds
Derek Dietrich (1) Reds 7th Richard Rodriguez 2 0 2-2
Edwin Encarnación (1) Mariners 3rd Chris Sale 0 0 5-2, Mariners
Maikel Franco (1) Phillies 6th Shane Carle 2 2 3-1, Phillies
Ryon Healy (2) Mariners 5th Hector Velázquez 0 0 7-2, Mariners
Enrique Hernández (1) Dodgers 4th Zack Greinke 1 0 3-0, Dodgers
Enrique Hernández (2) Dodgers 7th Matt Koch 0 2 11-2, Dodgers
Rhys Hoskins (1) Phillies 7th Luke Jackson 3 0 6-3, Phillies
Adam Jones (1) Diamondbacks 6th Hyun-jin Ryu 0 1 7-0, Dodgers
Matt Joyce (1) Braves 7th Héctor Neris 1 2 6-1, Phillies
Nomar Mazara (1) Rangers 9th Mike Montgomery 1 2 12-2, Cubs
Andrew McCutchen (1) Phillies 1st Julio Teherán 0 0 0-0
Austin Meadows (1) Rays 1st Justin Verlander 0 0 0-0
Mike Moustakas (1) Brewers 2nd Miles Mikolas 0 2 3-0, Cardinals
Max Muncy (1) Dodgers 7th Matt Koch 0 1 9-2, Dodgers
Wil Myers (1) Padres 3rd Madison Bumgarner 0 2 0-0
Joc Pederson (1) Dodgers 2nd Zack Greinke 1 2 1-0, Dodgers
Joc Pederson (2) Dodgers 6th Matt Koch 1 2 7-1, Dodgers
J. T. Riddle (1) Marlins 6th Kyle Freeland 0 0 6-0, Rockies
Domingo Santana (2) Mariners 7th Tyler Thornburg 1 2 10-4, Mariners
Corey Seager (1) Dodgers 4th Zack Greinke 0 2 6-0, Dodgers
Marcus Semien (1) Athletics 4th Trevor Cahill 0 1 2-0, Athletics
George Springer (1) Astros 3rd Ian Snell 2 1 1-0, Rays
Christin Stewart (1) Tigers 10th Daniel Hudson 1 0 0-0
Trevor Story (1) Rockies 5th José Ureña 0 2 4-0, Rockies
Luke Voit (1) Yankees 1st Andrew Cashner 2 1 0-0
Christian Walker (1) Diamondbacks 7th Yimi García 0 0 9-1, Dodgers
Neil Walker (1) Marlins 8th Scott Oberg 0 0 6-1, Rockies
Kolten Wong (1) Cardinals 2nd Jhoulys Chacín 1 2 1-0, Cardinals
Kolten Wong (2) Cardinals 7th Junior Guerra 0 0 5-3, Brewers
Christian Yelich (1) Brewers 3rd Miles Mikolas 2 1 3-1, Cardinals
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