Kenta Maeda homered in his major league debut

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The 2016 season has been rough for the Padres. They were historically embarrassed 15-0 on Monday, got shut out again on Tuesday, and were trailing 4-0 in the fourth inning on Wednesday. They were facing Kenta Maeda, making his major league debut.

Despite all of the runs, the Dodgers had yet to hit a home run. Maeda changed that with one swing of the bat, hitting a solo home run to left field off of Andrew Cashner in the fourth inning.

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I guess you can say Cashner… Maeda mistake.

Maeda hit two home runs for the Hiroshima Carp of the Japan Central League, in 2008 and in 2015.