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Mark Trumbo, Enrique Hernandez, Cardinals make noise with long ball

In a night with over 30 home runs, a handful stood out from both a season and historical perspective.

Here is a look at who made noise with the long ball:

Mark Trumbo

Trumbo is off to a hot start, hitting five home runs in 10 games, the second time in his career he has started off on such a streak (2014).

But that was not what made history. He hit two homers in the same inning Friday in the Baltimore Orioles' 11-5 victory over the Texas Rangers. It is the second time in franchise history a player has hit two home runs in one inning, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Ken Williams did it in 1922 for the St. Louis Browns.

Trumbo is the first player in Orioles franchise history to hit five homers in his first 10 games with the team (also courtesy Elias Sports Bureau).

In that seventh inning Friday, the Orioles had four homers in one inning for the first time since Sept. 5, 1995, against the Angels.

In addition, both of Trumbo's homers were calculated at 432 feet with an apex of 59 feet.

Enrique Hernandez

Hernandez homered in his first two at-bats against Madison Bumgarner in the Los Angeles Dodgers' 7-3 victory over the San Francisco Giants. He became the third player to have a multihomer game off of Bumgarner, joining Aaron Hill and Justin Turner.

Hernandez's first home run was the fourth time in Bumgarner's career that he allowed a leadoff homer. It was the second time it happened on the first pitch.

The leadoff home run was calculated at 456 feet, the third-longest home run hit off Bumgarner. Only Giancarlo Stanton (466 feet) and Justin Upton (464 feet) have hit longer home runs off Bumgarner.

St. Louis Cardinals

The Cardinals had six home runs in a game for the first time since July 2007 in Friday's 14-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. It is the seventh time that's happened for the Cardinals over the past 100 years.

Two of their six home runs came from pinch-hitters.

Ryan Howard

Howard hit his 361st career home run in the Philadelphia Phillies' 9-1 loss to the Washington Nationals. The home run tied Joe DiMaggio for 81st on the all-time list.

Bryce Harper

A day after getting his 100th career home run, Harper homered against the Phillies. He now has nine home runs against the Phillies since the start of last season, three more than any other player.