Twins make MLB history with homers in seven consecutive innings

The ball left Target Field at regular intervals Tuesday night: every inning through the seventh.

Twins make MLB history with homers in seven consecutive innings

Twins make MLB history with homers in seven consecutive innings

The host Twins did all the launching as they set a major league record by going deep in each of the first seven frames against the Padres.

GAME CENTER: Padres-Twins box score, stats

Brian Dozier started the parade with a leadoff homer in the bottom of the first:



Next in line were . .

Jorge Polanco in the second:



Jason Castro in the third:



Eddie Rosario in the fourth:



Castro again in the fifth:



Eduardo Escobar in the sixth:



Kennys Vargas in the seventh:



What happened in the eighth? Well, the Twins were retired in order for the only time in the game.

Not to worry if you're a Twins rooter, though: Minnesota prevailed 16-0.

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