Extra-Inning

Pairs of Brothers who played the Infield Positions in the same game

Infield of Brothers

Pairs of Brothers who played the Infield Positions in the same game

1998 Sept 28
Aaron and Bret Boone
Barry and Stephen Larkin

In the last game of the 1998 season, the Cincinnati Reds presented a lineup with the infield positions defended by these two brother duos, an event that occured for the first time in MLB history.

On the field these duos combined for 11 recorded Outs, had 5 Assists and no Errors committed.

Aaron launched a 3-run home run to win the game.

 Barry (Hall of Fame) played 19 campaigns with Cincinnati.

 Stephen appeared in his only game in the Majors.

 Bret participated in his final game with the Reds after 5 seasons.

 Aaron continued with the team for 4 more years.

 4 families of three generations have played in MLB (Boone family is one of them).

Player Bat. Order Pos Outs  Assists
Barry Larkin 2 SS 2 0
Stephen Larkin 3 1B 6 0
Bret Boone 4 2B 2 3
Aaron Boone 6 3B 1 2
 
 
   
21 August 2015
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