Dodgers rookie Cody Bellinger has already begun to etch his way into the Dodgers record books during an electric start to his career, and this week the power-hitting lefty accomplished a feat that no other player in MLB history has.
Bellinger delivered the fourth multi-HR performance of his career on Tuesday night against the Indians. In doing so, he became the first player in MLB history to record four multi-HR games in his first 45 contests.
The first home run was a solo shot off Andrew Miller, the first allowed by the veteran reliever this season, followed by a three-run bomb in the top if the ninth inning that put the game out of reach.
Watch both of Bellinger's home runs from the evening below.