Home Run Corner

Everybody loves baseball, and one of the things that makes the game so exciting is homerun’s… Now that baseball season is officially underway, I have decided to bring you Home run Corner, tracking every single home run in the game!  Something that can be found nowhere else, any player that hit a homerun will see his name here, with the amount that player hit!

Home run tally: 46

March 31st: 17

April 1st: 24

April 2nd: 5

Home run hitters:

Jason Heyward (1) March 31 at Washington against Livan Hernandez

Mark Teixeira (1) March 31 at home against Justin Verlander

Rickie Weeks (1) March 31 at Cincinnati against Edison Volquez

Carlos Gomez (1) March 31 at Cincinnati against Edison Volquez

Curtis Granderson (1) March 31 at home against Phil Coke

Drew Stubbs (1) March 31 at home against Yovani Gallardo

Ryan Braun (1) March 31 at Cincinnati against Edison Volquez

Joey Votto (1) March 31 at home against Kameron Loe

Ramon Hernandez (1) March 31 at home against John Axford

Torii Hunter (2) March 31 at Kansas City against Luke Hochevar, April 2 at Kansas City against Davies,

Jeff Mathis (1) March 31 at Kansas City against Luke Hochevar

Jeff Francoeur (1) March 31 at home against Hisanori Takahashi

Mike Aviles (1) March 31 at home against Kevin Jepsen

Matt Holliday (1) March 31 at home against Mike Adams

Cameron Maybin (1) March 31 at St. Louis against Ryan Franklin

Pat Burrell (1) March 31 at L.A. Dodgers against Jonathan Broxton

Adam Dunn (1) April 1 at Cleveland against Fausto Carmona

Carlos Quentin (1) April 1 at Cleveland against Fausto Carmona

Ian Kinsler (1) April 1 at home against Jon Lester

Neil Walker (1) April 1 at Chicago against Ryan Dempster

Andrew McCutchen (1) April 1 at Chicago against Ryan Dempster

Jack Hannahan (1) April 1 at home against Will Ohman

Carlos Santana (1) April 1 at home against Will Ohman

David Ortiz (1) April 1 at Texas against Darren Oliver

Nelson Cruz (1) April 1 at home against Jon Lester

Mike Napoli (1) April 1 at home against Jon Lester

Justin Upton (1) April 1 at Colorado against Ubaldo Jimenez

Miguel Montero (1) April 1 at Colorado against Ubaldo Jimenez

Jose Lopez (1) April 1 at home against Ian Kennedy

J.P. Arencibia (2) April 1 at home against Carl Pavano, April 1 at home against Dusty Hughes

Jose Bautista (1) April 1 at home against Carl Pavano

Ben Zobrist (1) April 1 at home against Jim Johnson

John Buck (1) April 1 at home against Mike Pelfrey

Logan Morrison (1) April 1 at home against Taylor Buchholz

Kila Ka’aihue (1) April 1 at home against Kohn

Josh Willingham (1) April 1 at home against Felix Hernandez

Chone Figgins (1) April 1 at Oakland against Craig Breslow

Brandon Belt (1) April 1 at L.A. Dodgers against Chad Billingsley

Travis Hafner (1) April 2 at home against Edwin Jackson

Jose Molina (1) April 2 at home against Francisco Liriano

Jayson Nix (1) April 2 at home against Francisco Liriano

Howie Kendrick (1) April 1 at Kansas City against Jeff Francis

Rick Ankiel (1) April 2 at Atlanta against Tommy Hanson

Austin Jackson (1) April 2 at New York

April Second: A. Jackson (1),V. Martinez (1)   NYY – M. Teixeira (2),R. Martin (1),A. Rodriguez (1) D. Uggla (1),A. Gonzalez (1)   WAS – R. Ankiel (1) PIT – G. Jones (1) T, Hafner (1)TOR – J. Molina (1),J. Nix (1) SF – F. Sanchez (1) ANG: T. Hunter (2) SD – C. Headley (1)   STL – A. Pujols (1) BAL – B. Roberts (1) HOU: C. Lee 1 BOS – D. Ortiz (2),J. Ellsbury (1)   TEX – I. Kinsler (2),A. Beltre (1),Y. Torrealba (1),N. Cruz (2) Met: D. Wright (1)MIL – E. Almonte (1)   CIN – S. Rolen (1)

Out of the park!

March 31st, 2011: Here we have it, the first ball hit out of the park of the season, hit be Jason Heyward of the Atlanta Braves!  One of the most promising young stars in the game, Heyward sent one to the right field fence off National pitcher Livan Hernandez, with no one on base!  It only took two innings for the first home run of the season, I expect much more to come!

March 31st, 2011: Shortly after the opening pitch was thrown in the Brewers vs. Reds game, two balls were sent out!  Edison Volquez quickly gave up two home runs to Rickie Weeks, and Carlos Gomez.  The Brewers went threw nearly their whole batting order before the inning ended with a score of 3-0.  Both of the back-to-back shots (the first pair of back-to-back home runs this season) were solo shots!

In the Out of the Park section, we will break down one home run hit every single day!

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Comments
  1. FunnyBunnyMoney says:

    Liking this feature a lot bro!

  2. PistonsSteelers says:

    Man, Tex sent that one deep off Verlander, three on base too!
    CC’s looking good, too bad Verlander isnt!

  3. TaylorGangHighUp says:

    No way that you keep up with this.

  4. MusicFan58 says:

    16’s a lot for one day isnt it?

  5. FunnyBunnyMoney says:

    Waitin for an update.

  6. Howard's Homily says:

    ^ X/X/XXXX

  7. Sorry, guys, this is tough to keep up with… Ill update soon though.

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