Guardians' Bo and Josh Naylor celebrate National Siblings Day with home runs in same inning

The Naylors also achieved this unique feat in July against the Rangers

Wednesday was National Siblings Day, and Bo and Josh Naylor of the Cleveland Guardians celebrated in a fun way: by hitting home runs in the same inning.

As the Chicago White Sox held a 5-0 lead in the fourth inning, the Naylor brothers did their thing.

Josh started it off with a 450-foot shot to right-center field. Bo followed a few batters later with a 438-foot blast to center field that cut the deficit to 5-3.

Josh's homer was his third of the season, and Bo knocked home his second of the year.

Pretty cool, right? Well, this wasn't even the first time the Naylors have done this in the past year. Back on July 14, 2023, Bo and Josh went yard in a 12-4 loss to the Rangers. They each hit two-run shots in the third inning to become the first brothers in MLB history to hit multi-run homers in the same inning for the same team.

Via the great Sarah Langs of, the Naylors are the sixth brother combo to hit home runs in the same inning since 1900. They are the fourth pair of brothers in that group to do so twice, joining the Uptons, Ripkens and Waners.

April 10, 2024: Josh and Bo Naylor, CLE
July 14, 2023: Josh and Bo Naylor, CLE
April 23, 2013: B.J. and Justin Upton, ATL
April 6, 2013: B.J. and Justin Upton, ATL
May 28, 1996: Billy and Cal Ripken, BAL
Sept. 15, 1990: Billy and Cal Ripken, BAL
July 12, 1962: Hank and Tommie Aaron, MLN
Sept. 15, 1938: Lloyd and Paul Waner, PIT
July 19, 1993: Rick (with BOS) and Wes (with CLE) Ferrell
Sept. 4, 1927: Lloyd and Paul Waner, PIT

The Naylors are the 13th pair of brothers to hit home runs in the same game as teammates and the ninth pair to do so twice. B.J. and Justin Upton did so six times in their careers, followed by Jason and Jeremy Giambi and Wilton and Vladimir Guerrero, who accomplished it four times.

And the Naylor brothers weren't finished contributing after those homers, as the Guardians completed their comeback and topped the White Sox 7-6. A Josh Naylor double tied the game in the bottom of the 10th, and then Bo walked it off with a single.

"It's super special to be able to share the field with him, share these moments with him. It makes the game that much more enjoyable," Bo Naylor said afterward. "To be able to do something like that with my brother, it's amazing."