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What is a back to back home run?

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A back to back home run is when two consecutive hitters hit home runs.

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That is when two batters in the lineup hit home runs one immediately after the other. If a batter hits a home run and the very next batter also hits a home run, it would be called 'back to back home runs'.


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Babe RuthBabe Ruth hit the first home run at Yankee Stadium on the first game played at the Stadium on April 18, 1923. The 3 run home run helped the Yankees beat the Boston Red Sox, 4-1. Casey Stengel of the Detroit Tigers hit the first home run in Yankee Stadium (the house that Ruth built) as by definition, an in-the-park home run is a hit that sends a batter (with no fielding errors) from home plate, around the bases and back to home plate.Jorge Posada was the first player to hit a home run in the new Yankee Stadium, completed in 2009.



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