Jace Evans, USA TODAY
Published 12: 07 a.m. ET April 24, 2021 | Updated 1: 35 a.m. ET April 24, 2021
On April 23, 1999, then-St. Louis Cardinals third baseman Fernando Tatis Sr. made MLB history when he modified into the major player to hit two grand slams within the identical inning. Both of his bases-loaded photos on that Friday night at Dodger Stadium came off Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Chan Ho Park within the third inning and cleared the left arena fence.
Friday night, Tatis’ son — San Diego Padres well-known person Fernando Tatis Jr. — celebrated the 22-12 months anniversary of the occasion along with his maintain two-homer time out at Dodger Stadium.
Both of Tatis Jr.’s blasts off Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw went out to left, and including to the eerie symmetry the major of his solo homers came within the third inning, the identical physique that noticed his father construct history 22 years prior.
That third-inning shot gave the Padres a 2-1 lead over their NL West rivals within the second game of their four-game weekend living.
His home accelerate within the fifth inning gave the Padres a 3-1 lead.
Tatis Jr. doubled his home accelerate total on the season with the blasts, which were the two hardest-hit homers of his profession, per Statcast. Per chance his fourth profession multi-homer game is the jump-birth up his season, which featured an early stint on the injured list, wished after he entered Friday night with a .163 moderate with two home runs. He done 3-for-5 with three RBI Friday night within the Padres’ 6-1 eliminate.
Contributing: Associated Press