Super Naylor Bros homer in same inning on National Siblings Day

Chicago White Sox v Cleveland Guardians
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If you are not already used to seeing the Naylor brothers homer in the same game, there is no time like the present to make it something to be expected.

Josh Naylor and Bo Naylor not only managed to hit home runs in the Cleveland Guardians 7-6 extra-innings win over the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday, but they both homered in the same inning, and they could not have picked a better day to do so, as it was National Siblings Day.

This is the second time the Super Naylor Bros have homered in the same inning and just the 10th time a pair of brothers have done so since 1900, according to Sarah Langs. Of brothers to homer in the same inning, this is the fourth time it has been done twice by the same pair. Two of the six sets of brothers who have homered in the same inning only managed the feat once, those being Rick Ferrell and Wes Ferrell in 1933, and the others being Hank Aaron and Tommie Aaron in 1962.

The pair of home runs in the 4th inning began what was an incredible comeback for the Guardians, as they were down 5-0 at the time. Cleveland would go on to continue their rally, eventually tying the game at 5 before going into extras. Luckily for the Guardians, the Naylors can drive in runs without hitting the ball over the fence.

Down 6-5 in the bottom of the 10th, Josh would double off of former Cleveland reliever Bryan Shaw to tie the game at 6. Three batters later, it was Bo's turn to play hero, driving in older brother Josh with a walk-off RBI single to cap off an impressive comeback with a 7-6 victory.

With the win, the Guardians are 9-3 and have won their first series to start the year. This team has the vibe of the 2022 Guardiac Kids, and it appears that another exciting season is coming on the corner of Carnegie and Ontario.