List of Major League Baseball players with a home run in their first major league at bat

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Tyler Austin (left) and Aaron Judge (right) are the only teammates to homer in their first major league at bats in the same game and to accomplish this in back-to-back at bats.

In baseball, a home run is credited to a batter when he hits a fair ball and reaches home safely on the same play, without the benefit of an error.[1] One hundred and twenty-six different players have hit a home run in their first at bat of a Major League Baseball (MLB) game to date,[A] the most recent being Tyler Stephenson of the Cincinnati Reds on July 27, 2020.[3] George Tebeau and Mike Griffin both hit home runs in their first at bats on April 16, 1887. Both players are recognized as the first player to homer in his first major league at bat because the exact time when each home run was hit is unclear.[4][5]

Luke Stuart, Walter Mueller, and Johnnie LeMaster hit inside-the-park home runs in their first at bats.[6] Bill Duggleby, Jeremy Hermida, Kevin Kouzmanoff, and Daniel Nava hit grand slams; Kouzmanoff and Nava did so on the first pitch.[7] Ernie Koy and Heinie Mueller were the first players to accomplish the feat in the same game, doing so for the Brooklyn Dodgers and Philadelphia Phillies, respectively, in the first inning of Opening Day in 1938.[8][9] This was equalled in 2016 by Tyler Austin and Aaron Judge, who became the only players to achieve the feat as teammates (playing for the New York Yankees) and in back-to-back at bats.[8][10] Two players, Bob Nieman and Keith McDonald, each homered in their second at bat as well.[11][12] Paul Gillespie and John Miller are the only players to hit home runs in both their first and last major league at bats;[13][14] for Miller these were the only two home runs of his MLB career.[15][16] For 23 players, their first at bat home run was the only home run of their major league careers. On the other hand, Gary Gaetti hit more home runs (360) than any other player to hit one in their first at bat.[17][18]

Of the 31 players eligible for the Baseball Hall of Fame who have hit a home run in their first major league at bat, two – Earl Averill and Hoyt Wilhelmhave been elected,[16] neither of them on the first ballot.[19] Players are eligible for the Hall of Fame if they have played in at least 10 MLB seasons, and have either been retired for five seasons or deceased for at least six months.[20] These requirements leave 19 players ineligible who are active, 1 player (Mike Napoli) ineligible who is living and has played in the past five seasons, and 75 players ineligible who did not play in 10 seasons.[B]

Players[edit]

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Mike Griffin was one of the first two players to hit a home run in their first major league at bat.
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Gary Gaetti has the most career home runs among the players who hit a home run in their first MLB at bat.
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Hall of Fame pitcher Hoyt Wilhelm homered in his first MLB at bat, and is one of 23 players to never hit another home run in their major league career.
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Daniel Nava is one of four players to hit a grand slam in his first MLB at bat, and one of two to hit it on the first pitch.
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Adam Wainwright is one of 19 pitchers to homer in their first major league at bat.
Key
Player Name of the player
Date Date of the game
Team The player's team at the time of the game
NL National League
AL American League
AA American Association
Career HR The number of home runs the player hit in his MLB career
Box Box score with play by play (if available)
* Indicates the player was a pitcher
# Indicates the home run was hit on the first pitch the player faced in his MLB career
Indicates the home run was a grand slam
Up-arrow Indicates the home run was hit as a pinch hitter
& Indicates game in which multiple players homered in their first major league at bat
Mars symbol Indicates the home runs were hit in consecutive at bats
dagger Elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame
double-dagger Player is active
MLB hitters with a home run in their first major league at bat
Player Date Team League Career HR Box Ref(s)
George Tebeau April 16, 1887 Cincinnati Red Stockings AA 15 N/A [4][21]
Mike Griffin April 16, 1887 Baltimore Orioles AA 42 N/A [5][22]
Billy Gumbert* June 19, 1890 Pittsburgh Alleghenys NL 1 N/A [23][24]
Joe Harrington September 10, 1895 Boston Beaneaters NL 3 N/A [25]
Bill Duggleby* April 21, 1898 Philadelphia Phillies NL 6 N/A [26]
Johnny Bates April 12, 1906 Boston Beaneaters NL 25 N/A [27]
Luke Stuart August 8, 1921 St. Louis Browns AL 1 [28] [29]
Walter Mueller# May 7, 1922 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 2 [30] [31]
Earl Averilldagger April 16, 1929 Cleveland Indians AL 238 [32] [33]
Clise Dudley*# April 27, 1929 Brooklyn Robins NL 3 [34] [35]
Gordon Slade May 24, 1930 Brooklyn Robins NL 8 [36] [37]
Eddie Morgan#Up-arrow April 14, 1936 St. Louis Cardinals NL 1 [38] [39]
Ace ParkerUp-arrow April 30, 1937 Philadelphia Athletics AL 2 [40] [41]
Gene Hasson September 9, 1937 Philadelphia Athletics AL 4 [42] [43]
Ernie Koy April 19, 1938& Brooklyn Dodgers NL 36 [44] [45]
Heinie Mueller April 19, 1938& Philadelphia Phillies NL 17 [44] [46]
Bill LeFebvre*# June 10, 1938 Boston Red Sox AL 1 [47] [48]
Clyde Vollmer# May 31, 1942 Cincinnati Reds NL 69 [49] [50]
Paul Gillespie September 11, 1942 Chicago Cubs NL 6 [51] [52]
Buddy Kerr September 8, 1943 New York Giants NL 31 [53] [54]
Hack Miller April 23, 1944 Detroit Tigers AL 1 [55] [56]
Whitey Lockman July 5, 1945 New York Giants NL 114 [57] [58]
Eddie Pellagrini April 22, 1946 Boston Red Sox AL 20 [59] [60]
Dan Bankhead* August 26, 1947 Brooklyn Dodgers NL 1 [61] [62]
George Vico# April 20, 1948 Detroit Tigers AL 12 [63] [64]
Les LaytonUp-arrow May 21, 1948 New York Giants NL 2 [65] [66]
Ed Sanicki September 14, 1949 Philadelphia Phillies NL 3 [67] [68]
Ted TappeUp-arrow September 14, 1950 Cincinnati Reds NL 5 [69] [70]
Bob Nieman September 14, 1951 St. Louis Browns AL 125 [71] [72]
Hoyt Wilhelmdagger* April 23, 1952 New York Giants NL 1 [73] [74]
Wally Moon April 13, 1954 St. Louis Cardinals NL 142 [75] [76]
Chuck Tanner#Up-arrow April 12, 1955 Milwaukee Braves NL 21 [77] [78]
Bill White May 7, 1956 New York Giants NL 202 [79] [80]
Frank Ernaga May 24, 1957 Chicago Cubs NL 2 [81] [82]
Don Leppert June 18, 1961 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 15 [83] [84]
Cuno Barragan September 1, 1961 Chicago Cubs NL 1 [85] [86]
Bob Tillman May 19, 1962[C] Boston Red Sox AL 79 [87] [90]
John KennedyUp-arrow September 5, 1962 Washington Senators AL 32 [91] [92]
Buster Narum* May 3, 1963[D] Baltimore Orioles AL 3 [94] [95]
Gates BrownUp-arrow June 19, 1963 Detroit Tigers AL 84 [96] [97]
Bert Campaneris# July 23, 1964 Kansas City Athletics AL 79 [98] [99]
Bill RomanUp-arrow September 30, 1964 Detroit Tigers AL 1 [100] [101]
Brant Alyea#Up-arrow September 12, 1965 Washington Senators AL 38 [102] [103]
John Miller September 11, 1966 New York Yankees AL 2 [104] [15]
Rick Renick July 11, 1968 Minnesota Twins AL 20 [105] [106]
Joe KeoughUp-arrow August 7, 1968 Oakland Athletics AL 9 [107] [108]
Gene Lamont September 2, 1970 Detroit Tigers AL 4 [109] [110]
Don Rose*# May 24, 1972 California Angels AL 1 [111] [112]
Benny Ayala August 27, 1974 New York Mets NL 38 [113] [114]
Reggie Sanders September 1, 1974 Detroit Tigers AL 3 [115] [116]
John Montefusco* September 3, 1974[E] San Francisco Giants NL 4 [117] [118]
José Sosa* July 30, 1975 Houston Astros NL[F] 1 [120] [121]
Dave McKay August 22, 1975 Minnesota Twins AL 21 [122] [123]
Johnnie LeMaster September 2, 1975 San Francisco Giants NL 22 [124] [125]
Alvis Woods#Up-arrow April 7, 1977 Toronto Blue Jays AL 35 [126] [127]
Dave Machemer June 21, 1978 California Angels AL 1 [128] [129]
Tim Wallach September 6, 1980[G] Montreal Expos NL 260 [130] [131]
Gary Gaetti September 20, 1981 Minnesota Twins AL 360 [132] [17]
Carmelo Martínez August 22, 1983[H] Chicago Cubs NL 108 [133] [134]
Mike Fitzgerald September 13, 1983 New York Mets NL 48 [135] [136]
Andre David June 29, 1984 Minnesota Twins AL 1 [137] [138]
Will Clark April 8, 1986 San Francisco Giants NL 284 [139] [140]
Terry Steinbach September 12, 1986 Oakland Athletics AL 162 [141] [142]
Jay Bell# September 29, 1986 Cleveland Indians AL 195 [143] [144]
Ricky Jordan July 17, 1988[I] Philadelphia Phillies NL 55 [145] [146]
Junior Félix# May 4, 1989 Toronto Blue Jays AL 55 [147] [148]
José Offerman August 19, 1990 Los Angeles Dodgers NL 57 [149] [150]
Dave Eiland* April 10, 1992 San Diego Padres NL 1 [151] [152]
Jim Bullinger*# June 8, 1992 Chicago Cubs NL 4 [153] [154]
Jay Gainer# May 14, 1993 Colorado Rockies NL 3 [155] [156]
Mitch Lyden June 16, 1993 Florida Marlins NL 1 [157] [158]
Garey IngramUp-arrow May 19, 1994 Los Angeles Dodgers NL 3 [159] [160]
Jon Nunnally April 29, 1995 Kansas City Royals AL 42 [161] [162]
Jermaine Dye May 17, 1996 Atlanta Braves NL 325 [163] [164]
Dustin Hermanson* April 16, 1997 Montreal Expos NL 2 [165] [166]
Brad FullmerUp-arrow September 2, 1997 Montreal Expos NL 114 [167] [168]
Marlon AndersonUp-arrow September 8, 1998 Philadelphia Phillies NL 63 [169] [170]
Carlos Lee May 7, 1999 Chicago White Sox AL 358 [171] [172]
Guillermo Mota* June 9, 1999 Montreal Expos NL 2 [173] [174]
Esteban Yan*# June 4, 2000 Tampa Bay Devil Rays AL 1 [175] [176]
Alex CabreraUp-arrow June 26, 2000 Arizona Diamondbacks NL 5 [177] [178]
Keith McDonaldUp-arrow July 4, 2000 St. Louis Cardinals NL 3 [179] [180]
Chris Richard# July 17, 2000 St. Louis Cardinals NL 34 [181] [182]
Gene Stechschulte*#Up-arrow April 17, 2001[J] St. Louis Cardinals NL 1 [184] [185]
Marcus Thames# June 10, 2002 New York Yankees AL 115 [186] [187]
Miguel Olivo September 15, 2002 Chicago White Sox AL 145 [188] [189]
Dave MatrangaUp-arrow June 27, 2003 Houston Astros NL[F] 1 [190] [191]
Kazuo Matsui# April 6, 2004 New York Mets NL 32 [192] [193]
Héctor Luna April 8, 2004 St. Louis Cardinals NL 15 [194] [195]
Greg DobbsUp-arrow September 8, 2004 Seattle Mariners AL 46 [196] [197]
Andy Phillips#Up-arrow September 26, 2004 New York Yankees AL 14 [198] [199]
Mike JacobsUp-arrow August 21, 2005 New York Mets NL 100 [200] [201]
Jeremy HermidaUp-arrow August 31, 2005 Florida Marlins NL 65 [202] [203]
Mike Napoli May 4, 2006 Los Angeles Angels AL 267 [204] [205]
Adam Wainwrightdouble-dagger*# May 24, 2006 St. Louis Cardinals NL 10 [206] [207]
Kevin Kouzmanoff#ℓ September 2, 2006 Cleveland Indians AL 87 [208] [209]
Charlton JimersonUp-arrow September 4, 2006 Houston Astros NL[F] 2 [210] [211]
Josh FieldsUp-arrow September 18, 2006 Chicago White Sox AL 34 [212] [213]
Elijah Dukes April 2, 2007[K] Tampa Bay Devil Rays AL 31 [214] [215]
Mark Worrell* June 5, 2008 St. Louis Cardinals NL 1 [216] [217]
Lou Montañez August 6, 2008[L] Baltimore Orioles AL 5 [222] [219]
Mark Saccomanno#Up-arrow September 8, 2008 Houston Astros NL[F] 1 [223] [224]
Jordan Schafer April 5, 2009 Atlanta Braves NL 12 [225] [226]
Gerardo Parradouble-dagger May 13, 2009 Arizona Diamondbacks NL 88 [227] [228]
John HesterUp-arrow August 28, 2009 Arizona Diamondbacks NL 6 [229] [230]
Jason Heywarddouble-dagger April 5, 2010 Atlanta Braves NL 144 [231] [232]
Luke Hughes April 28, 2010 Minnesota Twins AL 8 [233] [234]
Starlin Castrodouble-dagger May 7, 2010 Chicago Cubs NL 133 [235] [236]
Daniel Navadouble-dagger#ℓ June 12, 2010 Boston Red Sox AL 29 [237] [238]
J. P. Arencibia August 7, 2010 Toronto Blue Jays AL 80 [239] [240]
Brandon Guyerdouble-dagger May 6, 2011 Tampa Bay Rays AL 32 [241] [242]
Tommy Milonedouble-dagger*# September 3, 2011 Washington Nationals NL 1 [243] [244]
Brett Pill September 6, 2011 San Francisco Giants NL 9 [245] [246]
Starling Martedouble-dagger# July 26, 2012 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 108 [247] [248]
Eddy Rodríguez August 2, 2012 San Diego Padres NL 1 [249] [250]
Jurickson Profardouble-dagger September 2, 2012 Texas Rangers AL 52 [251] [252]
Jorge Solerdouble-dagger August 27, 2014 Chicago Cubs NL 86 [253] [254]
Eddie Rosariodouble-dagger# May 6, 2015 Minnesota Twins AL 106 [255] [256]
Daniel Norrisdouble-dagger* August 19, 2015 Detroit Tigers AL 1 [257] [258]
Willson Contrerasdouble-dagger#Up-arrow June 19, 2016 Chicago Cubs NL 67 [259] [260]
Tyler Austindouble-dagger August 13, 2016&Mars symbol New York Yankees AL 33 [261] [262]
Aaron Judgedouble-dagger August 13, 2016&Mars symbol New York Yankees AL 111 [261] [263]
Paul DeJongdouble-daggerUp-arrow May 28, 2017 St. Louis Cardinals NL 74 [264] [265]
Lane Thomasdouble-daggerUp-arrow April 19, 2019 St. Louis Cardinals NL 4 [266] [267]
Zack Collinsdouble-dagger June 21, 2019[M] Chicago White Sox AL 3 [272] [273]
Tyler Stephensondouble-dagger July 27, 2020 Cincinnati Reds NL 1 [274] [275]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Although MLB was founded in its current iteration in 1903, statistics from the National League, American League and American Association that were recorded before that year have been retroactively recognized as major league. This is because the aforementioned three leagues went on to form MLB.[2]
  2. ^ The Baseball-Reference.com profiles of each player verify their active status and service time.
  3. ^ Bob Tillman walked in his first two plate appearances (in the top of the 2nd inning on May 19, 1962, and as a pinch hitter on April 15, 1962).[87][88] These do not count as at bats.[89]
  4. ^ MLB.com incorrectly list the date of Narum's home run in his first MLB at bat as May 5, 1963. He in fact hit the home run on May 3, 1963, as confirmed by Baseball Almanac and Baseball-Reference.com.[93]
  5. ^ John Montefusco walked in his first plate appearance in the top of the 2nd inning.[117] This does not count as an at bat.[89]
  6. ^ a b c d The Houston Astros were part of the National League until the 2012 season, after which they moved to the American League.[119]
  7. ^ Tim Wallach walked in his first plate appearance in the top of the 5th inning.[130] This does not count as an at bat.[89]
  8. ^ Carmelo Martínez walked in his first plate appearance in the bottom of the 3rd inning.[133] This does not count as an at bat.[89]
  9. ^ Ricky Jordan walked in his first plate appearance in the bottom of the 2nd inning.[145] This does not count as an at bat.[89] Even though Jordan homered on the first pitch of his first at bat, he is not counted as having homered on the first career pitch he faced in the major leagues because he had already faced five pitches in the aforementioned first plate appearance.[145]
  10. ^ MLB.com incorrectly list the date of Stechschulte's home run in his first MLB at bat as April 1, 2001. He in fact did not play on that day and hit the home run on April 17, 2001, as confirmed by Baseball Almanac and Baseball-Reference.com.[183]
  11. ^ Elijah Dukes walked in his first plate appearance in the top of the 2nd inning.[214] This does not count as an at bat.[89]
  12. ^ Both MLB.com and Baseball-Reference.com list Lou Montañez's debut as April 28, 2008,[218][219] in a suspended game that was subsequently resumed and completed on August 25, 2008.[220] Although Montañez only entered the game as a pinch hitter on the latter date,[220] the game is recorded as having been played on the day it started (April 28). The Elias Sports Bureau still credits Montañez with a home run in his first MLB at bat, however, because he was not in the major leagues on April 28.[221]
  13. ^ Zack Collins appeared as a pinch hitter on June 19, 2019, and drew a walk.[268][269] This counted only as a plate appearance and a game played,[270][271] but not as an at bat.[89]

References[edit]

General

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  • Eagle, Ed (April 19, 2019). "Players with home run in first at-bat". MLB.com. MLB Advanced Media. Retrieved December 21, 2019. (This list omits George Tebeau, Mike Griffin, Billy Gumbert, and Zack Collins.)
  • "Home Run With First Pitch Ever". Baseball-Almanac.com. Baseball Almanac. Retrieved December 27, 2019.
  • Adler, David (February 6, 2018). "Players who homered on first career pitch". MLB.com. MLB Advanced Media. Retrieved December 21, 2019.
  • "First At-Bat Homers". ESPN. ESPN Internet Ventures. Associated Press. May 6, 2015. Retrieved December 27, 2019. (This list is current up to May 6, 2015. It misspells Billy Gumbert's name as "Gumpert".)

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