Juan Soto hit two home runs against the Yankees on Wednesday, becoming the youngest player with a multi-homer game since 1996.
The Nationals' Juan Soto is earning himself the nickname "Childish Bambino" after he hit two home runs at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday.
At 19-year-old, Soto became the youngest player with a multi-homer game since Andruw Jones on Aug. 22, 1996.
Soto's first home run was a three-run shot in the top of the fourth that gave the Nationals a 4–3 lead.
His second home run of the game came in the seventh inning and gave the Nationals the lead back at 5–4.
Here's are the youngest palyers in MLB history with a multi-homer game.
Here are the youngest players in MLB history with a multi-homer game:— Jamal Collier (@JamalCollier) June 14, 2018
Danny Murphy (19 years, 35 days),
Mel Ott (twice)
Andruw Jones (19yrs, 121 days)
Ken Griffey Jr. (twice)
Juan Soto (19 yrs, 231 days)
The Nationals won 5–4.