Matt Olson continued his red-hot start to A's spring training on Sunday, crushing a home run over the right-field fence.
It was Olson's third homer of the spring in four games, as the star first baseman is hitting .500 with eight RBI.
As you can see in the second half of the above video, Matt Chapman then teed off for a home run of his own in the very next at-bat, his first of the spring.
Not to be left out of the fun, outfielder Ramon Laureano later knocked his first home run of the spring, just a few feet shy of the Hohokam Stadium sign.
You can't glean too much from these early spring training games, as pitchers are refining their mechanics and there hasn't proven to be much of a correlation between success in the spring and carrying that over to the regular season.
But it's certainly fun to see the A's new Bash Brothers back in action, doing what they do best.