Milwaukee Outfield Stars Christiane Jelic is linked to the record of the biggest leagues by starting in the first four matches of his team to start the season.
Jenic awakened a 1-0 fastball from Cardinal Michael Wacha right through the right Sunday afternoon wall for his fourth homer of the season
Jelic's Sol blast gave Milwaukee a 1-0 lead in the first inning.
The MVP National League became the sixth player in the history of the MLB season with Hoomers in four consecutive games. The other five are: Willie Mays (1971), Mark McGuire (1998), Nelson Cruz (2011), Chris Davies (2013) and Trevor Stori (2016).
Jelic also became the first player to win the MVP and then Homer in his first four next season games.
Barry Bonds in 2002 and Albert Poohles in 2006, hosted in the first two games of the year after winning the MVP awards.
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