Second baseman Dee Gordon, with a bang in the sixth inning on Thursday, pushed the Seattle Mariners to the record books for the longest home run streak of the season in major league history.
Gordon's solo shot to right field extended the Mariners 'streak to 15 games with a home run to open this season, surpbading the Cleveland Indians' 2002 mark.
It was the first homer of Gordon's season.
Each position player has a home run for the Mariners, who lead the American League West and the majors, with a record of 12-2.
Seattle leads the American League with 34 homers and a .295 average in 14 games.