Rockies shortstop Trevor Story now has seven home runs in six career games.

By SI Wire
April 10, 2016

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Rockies shortstop Trevor Story now has seven home runs in six career games.

The rookie made history last week by becoming the first player to hit a home run in each of his three big-league games, and now owns the record for the most home runs by a player in his first six games.

His homer came off Padres reliever Brandon Maurer in the eighth, and gave Colorado a 5–3 lead. It traveled 425 feet.

The Rockies went on to beat San Diego 6–3 to avoid a series sweep.

– Kenny Ducey

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