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 Posted: Sat Apr 30th, 2016 07:37 am
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This is becoming a burden, but Trevor Story hit another dinger. #MLB #Rockies

— The Ledge (@TheLedgeSports) April 30, 2016
Trevor Story's magical first month in the big leagues got even more special Friday night at Chase Field, where the Colorado Rockies' precocious shortstop smacked his 10th home run of the season and tied the MLB record for home runs by a rookie in April.

Story, who set the NL rookie record for April homers Wednesday night, crushed a two-run shot off Arizona Diamondbacks left-hander Robbie Ray in the fifth inning of Friday's series opener to become the first player with double-digits home runs this year while tying Jose Abreu's rookie record for April homers set back in 2014.