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Juan Soto Makes History with Four-Hit, Two-Home Run Game

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Juan Soto continues to amaze. On Friday night in Philadelphia, the 19-year old led a Washington Nationals’ power surge that included seven home runs by the team to down the Phillies 17-7.

Soto finished with four hits in six at-bats, two home runs and five RBIs. In doing so, the Nats’ young phenom add a couple more historic marks to his rookie campaign. He became the first teenager in Major League Baseball history to have a four-hit, two-home run game.

The performance was also his second multi-home run game. Soto joined an elite list of players who have multi-home run games before their 20th birthday.

Soto has been a pleasant addition since being called up since May. He is hitting .336/446./.621 with nine home runs and 21 RBIs. To say the Nationals hit the jackpot with the phenom is an understatement.



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