We all know the young stud Corey Seager who has carried the Dodgers offense on his back for a majority of the season. He has made his case for ROY which he will win no question, and some might even put him in the MVP discussion. He isn't the only Seager having a fantastic year, his older brother Kyle who plays for the Mariners is also having an unreal year. I never thought too highly of Kyle Seager, always thought he was an average player that played on a bad team, but it seems like as soon as his brother came into the league he's been out to prove something. Well, last night these two brothers made MLB history, they did something that has never been done before, and when it comes to the MLB, records like that are hard to come by since the league has been around for like 150 years. They were the first pair of brothers to each hit 25 homeruns in the same season, they must have some real proud parents right about now. I know this is kind of one of those weird ESPN stats, but are you kidding me, in all the years baseball's been around no pair of brothers have accomplished this? I mean there has been some good brothers to come through this league such as, Paul and Loyd Warner, Sandy and Roberto Alomar, the DiMaggio brothers, Ken and George Brent, and more recently B.J. and Justin Upton. All these brothers failed to accomplish what only took the Seagers one year to do, hit 25 homeruns in the same season. Kyle has hit 29 on the season, leading his little brother by just four, but Corey is better in almost every other category. This is a day to rejoice their accomplishment, not a day to compare the two, I know their parents must be real proud, in just one season these brothers have cemented their names into baseball forever.