Rockies rookie shortstop Trevor Story hit a two-run home run in the first inning Wednesday afternoon against Arizona to become the first player in major-league history to hit a home run in the first three games of his career.
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It also was the fourth home run in the first three games of Story's big-league career, something no player has done in modern baseball history (since 1900).
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Story's home run on Wednesday came off Arizona lefty Patrick Corbin. Story hit a 1-0, 92-mph fastball.
Story hit two home runs off Diamondbacks ace Zack Greinke in his major-league debut on Monday in the Rockies' season opener.
He hit another homer on Tuesday night off of Arizona's Shelby Miller.
This report was written by our partners at The Denver Post.