On Saturday night, Lucas Duda hit solo home runs in his first two at-bats. At that point, his last eight hits had each been home runs. He broke the streak by delivering an eventual game-winning RBI double in the eighth inning.
The eight hits, eight homers stat was cool enough, but it turns out he also pulled off another rare feat. As Jared Diamond of The Wall Street Journal details, Duda homered off of two brothers — Tyson Ross of the Padres, and Joe Ross of the Nationals — within four days of each other. Stats, LLC could only find 10 other players who had done that. Adam Dunn accomplished it most recently, homering off of Orlando Hernandez of the Diamondbacks and Livan Hernandez of the Nationals in 2006.