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The Cardinal makes the history of MLB with four consecutive home runs in the first inning

The Cardinals couldn't stop home runs on Saturday.

In an away game in Philadelphia, St. Louis made history by hitting four dinger in a row in the first inning of the game. This is the first team ever.

Dylan Carson, Juan Yepez, Nolan Gorman and Nolan Arenado all contributed to this cause. 

Unlucky Phillies pitcher Kyle Gibson, who let go of four home runs, started the inning with two outs before Paul Goldschmidt hit a single on the right fielder. 

A first baseman hit allowed the Cardinals to eventually push to a 2-0 early lead when Arenado fired a shot into the left fielder.

St. Louis Cardinals designated hitter Juan Yepez (36) celebrates his home run during the first inning against the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park.
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Gorman, Carson, Yepes, just the first Innings lead to 5-0.

The Chicago White Sox was the last team to hit four consecutive home runs, a feat that happened in 2020. Ironically, their opponent was the Cardinals.