Bo and Josh Naylor of the Cleveland Guardians etched their names in the record books Friday night in a loss to the Texas Rangers.
The Naylor brothers became the first siblings to Major League Baseball record holder for hitting multi-run home runs in the same inning for the same team, according to The Associated Press.
The brothers went deep in the third inning, both pitching two-run home runs to give the Guardians a four run lead.
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Bo Naylor started the fun with a 435-foot throw before Josh Naylor hit a low line drive to right field that caught around the foul pole.
«It’s something super special,» Bo said. «It’s something we’ve talked about, joked about in the past. Seeing it happen was pretty wild to think about.»
«When I played mine, we shared a great moment. I could see how excited he was for me. When he played his, I was on the top step waiting for him. It was a great moment to share with him.»
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BJ and Justin Upton were the last brothers to hit home runs in the same game for the same team, accomplishing the feat on September 27, 2014, for the atlanta braves.
Despite the heroics of the Naylor brothers, the Rangers defeated Cleveland, falling below .500 with a 12-4 loss.
The Guardians couldn’t cross the plate after the third inning, and the Rangers posted a five-run seventh inning to take the lead.
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«Great match. Great comeback.» ranger manager said Bruce Bochy. «They really held their own. Great day for the heart of our order. All those guys did a great job.»
The Rangers and Guardians will play the second game of a three-game series on Saturday at 4:05 p.m. ET.
Associated Press contributed to this report.