San Diego Padres’ Wil Myers made history with one trip around the bases.
The All-Star first baseman started the fourth inning off with an RBI single off Philadelphia Phillies starter Nick Pivetta.
He then proceeded to steal second, third and home on a double-steal against the in the 3-0 win, becoming the first player to swipe every base in one inning since Dee Gordon for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2011.
GAME STORY: Padres 3, Phillies 0
Before the season began, Myers had hoped to eclipse the 40 home run, 40 stolen base milestone. But, since the All-Star break, he has struggled offensively heading into Wednesday’s game, batting .179 with one stolen base and a .286 on-base percentage.
For the season he has 28 home runs and a team-high 14 stolen bases.