The Rockies rookie shortstop Trevor Story set another home-run record Wednesday night.
Story hit his ninth homer of the season - breaking the National League rookie record for home runs in April, according to the MLB .
Story, 23, has hit four at home and five on the road.
Cardinals' Albert Pujols has held the record since 2001.
— MLB (@MLB) April 28, 2016
White Sox slugger Jose Abreu holds the Major League record with 10 home runs in 2014, according to MLB.com .
Story is on pace to hit 69 homers.
Despite home runs by both Story and Nolan Arenado (also his ninth of the season!), the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Rockies 9-8 after a marathon game Wednesday night.