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Most Consecutive Games with HR to Start Season

There have been six players in Major League history to hit at least one homer in each of their team's first four games. The overall record for consecutive games with a home run hit by the same player is eight.

Here are the players with the longest streaks at the beginning of a season:

Consecutive HR Start Yelich

Christian Yelich, MIL, 2019

Christian Yelich hits a home run on Opening Day against the Cardinals at Miller Park on Thursday, March 28, 2019, in Milwaukee. Stacy Revere/MLB Photos

Consecutive HR Start Story

Trevor Story, COL, 2016

Trevor Story watches the flight of his three-run homer in the third inning against the D-backs on Opening Day at Chase Field on April 4, 2016, in Phoenix. Christian Petersen/Getty Images

Consecutive HR Start Davis

Chris Davis, BAL, 2013

Chris Davis rounds the bases after hitting an eighth-inning grand slam against the Twins during the Orioles' 9-6 Opening Day win at Camden Yards on April 5, 2013, in Baltimore. Rob Carr/Getty Images

Consecutive HR Start Cruz

Nelson Cruz, TEX, 2011

Nelson Cruz is all smiles after launching a solo home run on June 9, 2011, at Target Field in Minneapolis. Cruz, who was limited to 124 games that season due to quad and hamstring injuries, went yard in the Rangers' first four games. Hannah Foslien/Getty Images

Consecutive HR Start McGwire

Mark McGwire, STL, 1998

Home runs in each of the Cardinals' first four games was just the start to Mark McGwire's incredible 1998 season. On Sept. 27, McGwire set a then-single-season record with 70 home runs (pictured above). Doug Pensinger/Getty Images

Consecutive HR Start Mays

Willie Mays, SF, 1971

Giants legend Willie Mays hit home runs 629-632 of his career to start the 1971 season. Pictured above on April 24, 1966, Mays watches the ball go over the left-field wall at the Astrodome in Houston for his 511th home run, tying Mel Ott's National League home run record. Bettmann Archive/Getty Images