George Kottaras was hitting .148 for the Columbus Clippers. He had two hits in 25 at-bats. On Saturday Kottaras was called up to take the spot of Yan Gomes, who was going on paternity leave.
On Sunday, George hit home runs in his first two at-bats for the Indians.
Two at-bats, two home runs.
He became the first player in franchise history to homer in both his first two at-bats for the team.
He was also on the receiving end of another milestone. Kottaras was the catcher for Corey Kluber, who struck out seven consecutive White Sox on Sunday. The franchise record for consecutive strikeouts was six, an honor shared by Bob Feller, Bartolo Colon, Chuck Finley and Mitch Talbot.
[Related: Morgan called up, Bauer throws another gem]