Since 2013, the Cleveland Guardians' Bo Naylor and Josh Naylor became the first set of brothers to hit home runs in the same inning


It's the kind of stuff that childhood sports dreams are made of. Brothers Bo Naylor and Josh Naylor not only achieved their dream of making it to the big leagues, but they also find themselves playing together on the same team. Bo, a rookie catcher, represents the Cleveland Guardians, while Josh, a seasoned first baseman, is in his fifth year. In an incredible display on Friday, both brothers hit home runs in the same inning. Bo initiated the scoring against the Rangers with a powerful two-run blast in the top of the third inning, off the pitching of Jon Gray. The remarkable 435-foot hit sailed over the right-field stands, marking Bo's second career home run in MLB. Just a few batters later, Bo extended Cleveland's lead with another two-run shot. This time, he sent the ball soaring off Gray's pitch and into the stands, precisely inside the right-field foul pole.