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Baseball: a player who achieves an amazing feat

Baseball: a player who achieves an amazing feat

Louis Cardinals’ Chandler Redmond became the second player in the modern era of baseball to achieve an uncommon feat: a home carousel game.

Indeed, the Springfield Cardinals were absolutely dazzled in a landslide 21-4 victory over Amarillo Sod Poodles in a Level AA match. The champ of the night hit four long eights long for the winners and drove in 11 runs; So his slaps were good for a point, two, three and four.

The only other author of such a performance is Tyrone Horne. Also developing for Cardinals’ subsidiary AA, located at the time in Arkansas, he made it all on July 27, 1998 in the Texas League.

“It’s unbelievable. I don’t know what words to say to describe my feelings at the moment,” Redmond said in the comments reported by

Four consecutive rounds

The left hitter started the demolition work at the top of the fifth inning when he fired over the fence into left field, hit twice. Then, on his next run at bat, he followed it up with a big hit, making the score 11-4. In the seventh round, Homer added a solo, and another swing to the corresponding field. Finally, with two track runners in eighth, toss the ball over the right field fence this time for a fourth long ball in the most turns and a fully circular vortex.

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“When I got the Grand Slam, I had some doubts about the carousel, but I quickly erased it from my mind. I thought it was only my second game with more than one pro baseball game,” Redmond said. However, after hitting my solo shot, I thought I could He pulled it. So when I showed up in the rectangle and saw the runners, I thought about it. Everything was going well, I could have worked. You had to keep your cool and be yourself, but if there was a chance to hit the ball hard, you shouldn’t. I missed it.

Working at second base, the 25-year-old was the 32nd round pick, 965th overall, of the Cardinals in the 2019 draft. This season, he has 17 four-bases strokes in 252 AA-level appearances.