UPDATE: Holy cow! Trevor Story hits his fourth home run in his first at bat this afternoon.
Trevor Story is launching his name in the Major League baseball's record book with his home run blast last night in Arizona his third in his first two games. Story's two home runs in his debut was a first in MLB history, last night's homer put in company with St. Louis Cardinals' outfielder Joe Cunningham, who hit three home runs in first two games. It has been 1889, when Charlie Reilly of the Columbus Solons hit two home runs, and followed it up with a home run in his next game. Historic by any standards.
Story hit twenty home runs between AA and AAA in 2015, and had 80 RBI. He is the current Rockies shortstop because of the domestic violence incident of Jose Reyes. Reyes is currently is on a paid leave from the team until MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred rules on what will likely be a long suspension. Expect Story to
I eyes will be focused on their afternoon game in Arizona (free streaming on MLB.com) to see if the young shortstop can add to his already record breaking start. It has been a great story thus far.