Nationals Hit 5 Home Runs in One Inning

The Washington Nationals are pounding the Milwaukee Brewers in a day-game at home. They hit 8 home runs, including five in one inning which included four in a row without an out recorded.

Brian Goodwin started the chain with a blast to right field, followed by a missile that bounced off the upper deck in right. Then Bryce Harper launched a change-up to deep center field, followed by a Ryan Zimmerman line-drive to the bullpen. Poor Daniel Murphy flied out to center field to break the streak, but Anthony Rendon sent a fastball over the bullpen in left.

In all, the Nationals scored seven runs in the 3rd inning, followed by another six in the 4th that put the Nats up 15-1 after five innings. They held on to claim a 15-2 victory.

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