The Houston Astros did something last night they haven't done in over 10 years against the Tampa Bay Rays.

In the bottom of the six inning, George Springer stepped up to the plate and hit a home run.  You like Ok how was that special.  Baseball players hit home runs all the time.

Well what is special is that then former LSU Tiger Alex Bregman stepped up and hit a home run too.  Then the third batter in a row, Jose Altuve stepped up and jacked one out of the park onto the train tracks.

It was Altuve's second home run of the night.

Jose Altuve #27 of the Houston Astros (Getty Images)

The Astros went back to back to back hitting three home runs in a row.  That was the fist time that happened to an Astros team since May 2, 2008.

The Astros beat the Rays 4-1 and also got their 50th win of the season.  They will host the Kansas City Royals tonight in Houston.