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Ronald Acuna Jr. hit 30 home runs this season Thursday night, hitting a grand slam and becoming the first player in MLB history to hit at least 30 home runs and 60 stolen bases in a season. He received it before September.
Venezuela Ronald Acuna Jr. became the first player in MLB history to hit at least 30 home runs and 60 stolen bases in a season in Thursday night’s game between the Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers. It’s still September.
Ronald Acuna Jr. is the second player in MLB history to hit 150 home runs and 150 stolen bases at age 25 or younger. Mike Trout (190 home runs and 156 stolen bases as of his 26th birthday, August 7, 2017)
This is the third Grand Slam of Ronald Acuna Jr.’s career and the first since 2021.
Ronald Acuna Jr. was the first player Manny Machado He did it in 2018, hitting a grand slam to reach 150 home runs in his career.
As if that weren’t enough, Ronald Acuna Jr. became the first player in Braves franchise history to hit at least 30 home runs in multiple seasons without leading off the batting order (34 last season and 30 this season).
12 players have hit 30 home runs so far this season. Only two of them have hit 30th home run grand slams, both with the Braves (Acuna and Matt Olson) is the first pair to reach this milestone in a season.
Notably, Ronald Acuna Jr. got married to the mother of his children, Maria Laborde, this Thursday.
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