Former LSU shortstop Kramer Robertson hit two home runs in his fifth professional game Wednesday night to help lift his Peoria Chiefs team past the Lake County Captains 10-3.

It was Robertson's home debut at Dozer Park where Single A Affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals play and he did not disappoint the home crowd. Per MILB.com:
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Robertson homered for the first time in his professional career in the third inning and added a second home run in the seventh… It was the fourth multi-homer game for a Chiefs player this year, the first since O'Keefe did it on July 2… Tonight was his Dozer Park debut after his first four games came on the road… Robertson extended his hit streak to four games after going hitless in his professional debut… It was his second multi-hit performance in the last four games… It was Robertson's first and the Chiefs fifth four-hit game this season.
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AustinKnight84 months
Crazy that a couple ex shortstops bomb balls once they leave for some odd reason
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Bourre84 months
Dude caught the 2nd HR while laying down after initially tripping, lol
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GeauxTigers8084 months
Must be tough, he hasn't seen a crowd like that since HS
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rattlebucket84 months
Lil sweeeet just passin throooouuugh
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Lexman184 months
Thanks Geologygrad88. Exactly my point. A lot of players struggled in Omaha over the years. Remember Raph Rhymes? Best hitter in the nation! Couldn't bye one in Omaha! Does that make him a douche, too? Of course not. Good pitching beats good hitting and wins more often than not.
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GeologyGrad8884 months
Absolutely!! I forgot about Raph's struggles in Omaha. I now live in NW Arkansas, so hopefully I can watch KRob as he progresses. The Cardinals double A team is in Springfield, MO and they are in the same division as the Royals double A, NW Arkansas Naturals, which is in Springdale, AR.
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TampaTiger2284 months
Yes, you are correct. He had a bad ws, it happens. Best of luck to him
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TigerSpray84 months
Gators love this guy.
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eddieray84 months
Willie Mays Hayes
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Rougaroux84 months
Peoria- when you piss from your arse
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Spankem84 months
Actually that's PeeArrhea.
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themunch84 months
The Lip gettin it done
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CaliTigerHB84 months
Where was this a couple weeks ago???
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ShlikStyck84 months
exactly! He couldn't hit the backside of a barn for 2 weeks straight
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saint tiger22584 months
Don't let him get hot against single A pitching.
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quail man84 months
Nice catch by dad in the outfield on that second one while falling on his arse
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Placebeaux84 months
Little Sweet
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jimbeam84 months
Looks like he was banking his hits for pro ball. Thanks baw.
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Lexman184 months
And you are undoubtedly the expert on Douches, right kcidatae?
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Blob Fish84 months
NOW he decides to hit
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TBoy84 months
Baseball can be cruel and baseball can be kind. I like to see former Tigers do well. Hopefully he will make it to the majors. Also glad he cut and recolored his hair.
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Hangover Haven84 months
Too bad he tanked in the CWS....
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koLSU8684 months
Slumps will happen. Deichman was in one right along with him.
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Lsu10120584 months
I am equally excited that he fixed his hair.
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kncstrand84 months
He looks like a homeless person in that picture. It is amazing how good purple and gold improves your looks.
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emanresu84 months
Plot twist: He's in handcuffs.
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