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Yépez threw it on a historic day for the Cardinals

The power of the Venezuelan rookie Juan Yepez He was part of a peculiar feat that the St. Louis Cardinals achieved this Saturday in their 7-6 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies.

With two outs in the first inning, the Cardinals hit four straight homers off Kyle Gibson. Nolan Arenado started the party and was emulated by Nolan Gorman, Yepez and Dylan Carson.

The game is the first in major league history in which a team hit four straight home runs in a first inning.

The Cardinals also tied the MLB record with four straight homers in any inning, something that has happened just 11 times in more than 100 years of history.

For Yepez, 24, the homer was the XNUMXth of his brilliant debut season.

As shocking as the situation was, the Phillies rallied dribbles and the game was tied in the ninth inning.

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It was finally a second home run by Nolan Arenado that defined the actions.

Ryan Helsley ended up getting the win after blanking the Phillies' eighth and ninth innings.

And the Dominican Seranthony Domínguez charged with the backhand.

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