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Umpire

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Albert Pujols hits #600 with a Grand Slam
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Congratulations to Albert Pujols for joining the 600 club in dramatic fashion

http://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/19531116/albert-pujols-los-angeles-angels-becomes-fourth-youngest-600-home-runs-grand-slam

 

RankPlayer (yrs, age)Home RunsBatsHR Log
1.Barry Bonds (22)762LHR Log
2.Hank Aaron+ (23)755RHR Log
3.Babe Ruth+ (22)714LHR Log
4.Alex Rodriguez (22)696RHR Log
5.Willie Mays+ (22)660RHR Log
6.Ken Griffey+ (22)630LHR Log
7.Jim Thome (22)612LHR Log
8.Sammy Sosa (18)609RHR Log
9.Albert Pujols (17, 37)600RHR Log
10.Frank Robinson+ (21)586RHR Log
11.Mark McGwire (16)583RHR Log
12.Harmon Killebrew+ (22)573RHR Log
13.Rafael Palmeiro (20)569LHR Log
14.Reggie Jackson+ (21)563LHR Log
15.Manny Ramirez (19)555RHR Log


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Nice work, N/O.



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I got a feeling a certain player from the Reds might be "randomly" tested in the very near future................

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nacster wrote:

I got a feeling a certain player from the Reds might be "randomly" tested in the very near future................


 Reds utility man Scooter Gennett on Tuesday night against the Cardinals hit four home runs (CIN 13, STL 1). In doing so, he tied the major-league record for home runs in a single game and became just the 17th player in MLB history to pull off the feat. Gennett becomes the first to homer four times in a game since Josh Hamilton of the Rangers in 2012. 

Gennett hit his first homer of the night off Adam Wainwright. The next two came off reliever John Gant, and then the record-tying blast was off reliever John Brebbia. Here's that one ...

Gennett entered Tuesday night's game with just three homers in 111 at-bats this season. As well, he also entered the game with 38 home runs in 502 big-league games. That latter observation brings us to this ... 

Scooter Gennett has hit 9.5% of his career HR in tonight's game.

 

Also, know that Gennett wasn't exactly on fire coming into this particular contest against the Cardinals ... 

 
 

Yesterday Scooter Gennett was 0-for-19. Since then he is 6-for-6 with a double, 4 HR and 12 RBI.

 

Framed yet another way, Gennett when he woke up on Tuesday was batting .270/.308/.450 on the season. After going 5 for 5 with 17 total bases (!), he's now batting .302/.336/.578. 



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I don't think anyone will look at Scooter Gennett as a guy who will get 600 Homeruns.biggrin



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Guys nicknamed "Scooter" aren't likely suspects to hit four homers in a game.

That's about as astounding as Fred Patek's three-homer game.

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