For baseball brothers Justin and B.J. Upton, it truly is all in the family.
Throughout the years, the national pastime has seen its share of famous siblings: from Hank and Tommie Aaron, the DiMaggios, Molinas, Saxes and Weavers and over 350 other duos, the figurative baseball family tree is rich in history, achievements and sheer talent.
Some say siblings are incredibly alike—it's all in the genes.
For the brothers Upton, it sure must be, for both Justin and B.J. hit respective career homer No. 100 on the same night, Aug. 3, 2012, becoming the first brothers to hit their 100th home runs on the same date in MLB history.
Though while such an accomplishment may indicate an eerie similarity between the two, the Uptons are not one and the same.