In case you missed it, Matt Adams made Cardinals history at last night's sixteen-inning game.
After hitting home runs in the fourteenth and sixteenth innings, Adams became the first player on the team to ever hit two extra-inning home runs (securing the Cardinals a 5-4 win over Cincinnati).
"It feels good," Adams said after the game, regarding his second multi-homer game in his career. "It would feel good to anybody, especially against the team we're battling for a playoff spot."
Adams also apparently became the first Major League Baseball player ever to hit two home runs from the fourteenth inning on.
Some Twitter acknowledgements:
From Elias Sports Bureau: Matt Adams is the first player in St. Louis Cardinals history to hit two extra inning home runs.— St. Louis Cardinals (@Cardinals) September 5, 2013
Great way to kick off his 26th year of life:
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