Ryan Braun has had some memorable moments during his Major League career. Every one of those moments has came with the Milwaukee Brewers, the team that he signed a five-year $105 million-dollar extension with in 2015 that begins next year.
He entered the Brewers game today versus the Philadelphia Phillies with 250 career home runs, one shy of tying Robin Yount for the most in the history of the Milwaukee Brewers.
He already picked up one RBI in the 1st inning, and as he came to the plate in the fifth inning, he had a chance to bring all four with one swing. That’s just what he did, as the grand slam tied Yount for the most home runs in Brewers history.
Braun is now batting .272 on the season with 21 home runs and 70 runs batted in. His next home run will put him as the Brewers all-time leader.
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