Nolan Gorman had an amazing night Tuesday going 4-for-4 with two huge home runs to lead the Cardinals in their 6-2 victory.
After a ground out from Juan Yepez that scored Brendan Donovan to start the Cardinals scoring opportunities, Gorman knocked a single in the first inning to score Nolan Arenado.
Gorman launched a home run of the season a fly to center field in the fourth inning. The blast traveled 428-feet at 107.9 mph. In the seventh inning, Gorman knocked his sixth home run of the season on a fly to right center field. This homer traveled 396-feet at 108.7 mph.
Gorman has a quick, powerful swing that is just sweet to watch. This will be exciting for Cardinals fans for years to come.
In the eighth inning, Gorman singled on a liner to left field, scoring Donovan.