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25-year-old St. Louis Cardinals prospect Chandler Redmond made history completing the second-ever Minor League "home run cycle"...a single-run homer, two-run homer, three-run homer and grand slam... on Wednesday night.
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"Just going up there for the last at bat, knowing what was going on and what I needed to do was crazy because a lot of times, you know, you put too much pressure or whatever, and it doesn't happen, but I guess it was just one of those storybook nights,” Redmond said during an interview with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Wednesday night.
(The Spun)
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landrywasbeast3022 months
“a single-run homer”

Wtf?
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Bamafan2422 months
It's 4 total homeruns. Solo 2 3 and grand slam. Impressive.
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landrywasbeast3022 months
Why would what I said lead you to explain what the home run cycle is? Did you not see what I quoted? No one calls solo homers “single-run homer”.
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ThurlNoonkester22 months
At what point does someone tell them they might want to consider walking ole boy?
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ElTigreFuego22 months
That’s a big baw
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jeff7012122 months
That's remarkable. Very well done.
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ellunchboxo22 months
Once again, fantastic grasp of the English language Larry.
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atltiger648722 months
incredible, but the first and second HRs looked like a routine fly ball. But the third and fourth HRs were pounded.
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Hawgnsincebirth5522 months
What’s that say about the dudes pop then
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Hawgnsincebirth5522 months
Because not many guys hit 330 foot pop ups
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