It was the first game in MLB history to both start and end with back-to-back homers.

By Charlotte Carroll
April 04, 2018

The Cardinals started off their game against the Brewers with back-to-back home runs from Dexter Fowler and Tommy Pham. 

But the Brewers got the last laugh, earning a 5–4​ walk-off win after back-to-back homers from Christian Yelich and Ryan Braun.

It was the first game in MLB history to both start and end with back-to-back homers.

Milwaukee was down 4–0 after the third, and Yelich hit an RBI single to make it 4–1 in the bottom of the fifth. The Brewers added two runs in the eighth to make it 4–3.

The team was down to the final out when Yelich homered off Dominic Leone to right center to tie the game. Braun then hit the game-winner off Leone to left center on the very next pitch. 

It was Braun's fourth career game-ending homer.

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