Juan Soto hit two home runs against the Yankees on Wednesday, becoming the youngest player with a multi-homer game since 1996.
The Nationals’ Juan Soto is earning himself the nickname “Childish Bambino” after he hit two home runs at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday.
At 19-year-old, Soto became the youngest player with a multi-homer game since Andruw Jones on Aug. 22, 1996.
Soto’s first home run was a three-run shot in the top of the fourth that gave the Nationals a 4–3 lead.
His second home run of the game came in the seventh inning and gave the Nationals the lead back at 5–4.
Here’s are the youngest palyers in MLB history with a multi-homer game.
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