Transcript for Colorado Rockies Rookie Hits Record Home Run
rookie baseball play named Trevor story whose major league debut is turning into an amazing story. What's going on? Truly it's incredible, guys. This tale about a 23-year-old rookie is quite the page turner. Less than a week ago, Trevor story knocked his debut on the baseball stage out of the park. Take a look. That ball hit deep to left field. Not another. Are you kidding me? And that's one for the storybooks. Six home runs in his first four major league games. Colorado rockies shortstop Trevor story beginning the first chapter of his pro baseball career in fairy tale fashion with not one, but six home runs. Coming back here, it's just so fun to play in front of our fans. Reporter: The 23-year-old story begins as the only rookie to ever hit a home run in each of his first games of the major league. And the story goes, 'twas opening day when over the wall he smacked his first major league home run. Story getting one more here. And that one is way out of here. Reporter: This ninth inning solo hit makes two in his first game ever. Three big league at bats. Two home runs. Reporter: And the page turner continues, number three, a two-run dinger against the diamondbacks. Trevor story is at it again. Reporter: In number four, this homer, 434-feet deep into center. He blasts it to the gap deep in left center. Reporter: It's at the team's home opener the story continues sending two more over the wall. There it goes, deep to left field. Number five is landing deep in the bleachers. Reporter: No one knows how this story will end. It's a season with 162 games, but story has definitely inked himself with some greats like Willie mays and mark mcgwire and becomes the fifth major league hero to homer in the first four games of a season. A star is born in Denver, Colorado. Oh, my. That is something, right? Well, the story will continue tonight as the rockies take on the PADRES in Colorado. And I love it, guys. He said, he said, I've said it before. I'm not trying to hit home run, sometimes it kind of happens. Oh, poor guy. Happens pretty frequently. Right? At this rate he'll hit 200 and something. Right? Ron -- just to put it in perspective, Ron insists that even he could hit a home run in Colorado. Mile high. Ooh. A challenge. The ball really flies. One thing is for sure after that piece, you know,
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