Sunday's matinee against the Milwaukee Brewers did not disappoint for fans in attendance.
With eight total home runs on the afternoon, the Nationals tied the franchise record for most in a game.
SEE. YOU. L8ER.— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) August 18, 2019
Matt Adams homered.
Victor Robles homered.
Brian Dozier homered.
Anthony Rendon homered.
Juan Soto homered.
Adam Eaton homered.
Juan Soto homered again.
Brian Dozier homered again.
Today's 8 HRs matched a #Nats single-game record. pic.twitter.com/RR1zrz21jN
The Nationals dissected the Brewers in the series finale and almost made history in another department.
With seven home runs mashed in the first five innings, the Nats were just one away from tying the all-time record of eight.
Most of the Nationals are probably aware of this record because it was set just two years ago, by them, against the same team they beat today, the Milwaukee Brewers.
The @Nationals have hit 7 home runs through 5 innings today against the Brewers.— Stats By STATS (@StatsBySTATS) August 18, 2019
The only team in MLB history to hit more home runs through 5 innings? The Nationals against the Brewers on July 27, 2017 (8).#OnePursuit
Matt Adams started off the festivities with a 438-foot bomb (1) to right-center in the top of the first.
Victor Robles followed that up with 429-footer (2) out to center before the first concluded.
In the third inning, Brian Dozier sent one out 381 feet (3) and then Anthony Rendon decided to match him with a 381-footer (4) of his own.
Juan Soto mashed his first homer of the day to close out the third with a 360-footer (5).
Adam Eaton decided to get in on the fun in the fifth inning after launching one out 415 feet (6) to center field before Soto decided to send another out in the fifth, just a little bit farther than his initial homer of the afternoon, with a 367-foot bomb (7).
Finally, at the bottom of the eighth, Dozier decided he wanted to have a multi-HR game too and sent one out 411 feet (8).
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