In Game 1 of the 1996 World Series, rookie Andruw Jones of the Atlanta Braves hit home runs in his first two at bats.
he hit 15 home runs in his rookie season.
The Braves franchise record for home runs by a rookie is 38 by Wally Berger in 1930.
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Zimmer hit two home runs in a game 3 times during his rookie season (1955) .... July 20 against the Cubs, August 3 against the Braves, and September 9 against the Cubs.
The most home runs by a rookie in a season was 49. They were hit by Mark McGwire in 1987. He later broke Babe Ruth's record for a season.
Jackie Robinson - 1st ROYJackie Robinson in his rookie season with the Brooklyn Dodgers had a .297 batting average, hit 12 home runs, and was the first winner of the Major League Rookie of the Year Award.
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Ryan Howard's rookie season was 2005 when he played in 88 games, had 312 at bats and hit 22 home runs.
In his rookie season, Willie hit 20 home runs in 464 at bats for the 1951 New York Giants.
Most likely Billy Williams, who hit 25 home run in his rookie season in 1961.
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Mark Mcguire had 49
49- Mark McGwire
The San Francisco Giants' sensational rookie catcher hit 18 home runs during the 2010 regular season and one in Game 4 of the World Series.
The AL rookie home run record is held by Mark McGwire who hit 49 home runs for the Oakland Athletics in 1987.
* Andruw Jones, Atlanta Braves (vs. NYY) * Charlie Keller
Garrett Jones of the Pirates with 15.
The record for most Lead off home runs at the start of a game is by Rickey Henderson with 81.
In 1987, Mark McGwire broke the rookie record when he hit 49 home runs for the Oakland A's. His record still stands today.
Kaz Matusi against the Atlanta Braves in the 2004 season It's never happened. Matsui hit home runs in his first at bat of the 2004, 2005, and 2006 seasons. In the 2004 game, Matsui went 3 for 3 with a HR, 2 doubles and a walk. Ken Griffey Jr. is the only other player in MLB history to hit home runs in his first at bat in three consecutive seasons.