Mariners break MLB record with early home run barrage

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Mariners break MLB record with early home run barrage

Fri Apr 12, 2019 8:54 am

Hot-hitting Mariners break MLB record with early home run barrage
The Seattle Mariners have been Major League Baseball's hottest team since opening the season a week early in Japan. They've shown no signs of slowing down, either, largely because of an offense that is cranking home runs at a record pace.

Behind home runs from Dee Gordon and Daniel Vogelbach during Thursday’s 7-6 win against the Kansas City Royals, the Mariners extended their streak to 15 straight games with a home run to begin the 2019 season.

The Mariners have now homered in each of their first 15 games, surpassing the 2002 Indians (14) for the longest season-opening streak in MLB history.
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