According to ESPN Stats & Info, for the first time in MLB history, there has been a three-homer game on three consecutive days.
Mets second baseman Robinson Canó hit three homers on Tuesday against the Padres. Cardinals shortstop Paul DeJong went deep three times on Wednesday against the Pirates. On Thursday, Twins slugger Nelson Cruz hit a trio of dingers against the White Sox.
Here they are, for your viewing pleasure:
There have now been 14 three-plus-homer games this season, already tied for sixth-most in baseball history. The only seasons with more: 2001 (22), 2016 (19), 1999 (16), 1996 (15), and 1987 (15).