This day in baseball: Twins vs. Royals

On 9 April 2000 in Kansas City, the Twins and Royals made baseball history as both teams each hit three consecutive home runs in the same game.  For the Twins, consecutive homers were hit by Ron Coomer, Jacque Jones, and Matt Lecroy.  Achieving the feat for the Royals were Carlos Beltran, Jermaine Dye, and Mike Sweeney.  The game ended in a 13-7 victory for Minnesota.  Box scores for the game can be found here.

Credit: BleacherReport.net


3 Comments on “This day in baseball: Twins vs. Royals”

  1. Justin Hackney says:

    Of course the Royals lost that one. Are pitching was terrible back then. If it was anywhere as good as our offense was we would have been competing!

  2. steve says:

    i never knew billy butler and mike sweeney were clones?
    but seriously, these are great days for the royals after…well, you know.
    they’re gonna make a few more trades this year. don’t you think?
    after what they traded to get James shields, ya gotta figure they’re gonna go for it even more. cleveland and detroit both seem catchable.


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