Two brothers, Corey and Kyle Seager, made history by becoming the first set of brothers to each hitat least 25 home runs in the same season. This was confirmed by Elias Sports Bureau that something like this has not happened since 2002 and 2003 when Aaron and Bret Boone hit 24 home runs in a single season. This is worth mentioning because it doesn't happen that often in baseball. Since the Seagers topped the Boones' record, people are still buzzing about it.

Corey Seager's record

It was on Saturday night during the sixth inning when Corey Seager hit a home run making it his 25th of the season. He made history with his brother, Kyle. This latest accomplishment isn’t the total number of home runs by thebrothers. Instead, it is a minimum number reached by both brothers in a single season.Corey has a very impressive record. According to reports, he finished 2-for-4 with a home run and two RBI against the Marlins.

The professional baseball shortstop for the Los Angeles Dodgers is 10-for-23. Over the last seven days, he has under his belt two doubles, two home runs, six runs scored, and six RBI. His record includes a .918 OPS for this current season. Corey is the youngest of three brothers. All three have chosen baseball as their sport of choice.

Kyle Seager's record

Kyle is Corey's older brother. The 28-year-old is a professional baseball third baseman with the Seattle Mariners.

In a game against the Houston Astros on April 25, 2016, Kyle hit his 100th home run. On Saturday night, Kyle, like his brother, surpassed the Boone brothers with his 28th home run of the season. Fans have been keeping track of Corey and Kyle's number of home runs. Many were not surprised when they made history. The North Carolina natives are excelling in their baseball careers by doing what they love.

Kyle and Corey have another brother, Justin, who was drafted in the twelfth round of the 2013 Major League Baseball draft. Did you know about the Seagers making history?What do you think about their honor?

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