Razorback College World Series hero Brett Eibner had himself a memorable Memorial Day weekend in Kansas City.
After years in the minor leagues playing in the Royals' farm system for the Northwest Arkansas Naturals and Omaha Storm Chasers, Eibner finally got a call up to The Show in this weekend's series against the White Sox.
In the first game on Friday, Eibner ignited a Royals comeback in the 7th inning with a double, his first-ever hit in the majors. The biggest moment came in the second game, in which Eibner knocked in the game-winning run with a walk-off single, which Scottie Bordelon posted on the site. On Sunday, Eibner went 2-3 and drew a bases-loaded walk that tied the game, which the Royals eventually won for the sweep.
The Saturday walk-off capped off a seven-run 9th-inning comeback, which apparently is the biggest in Royals' history. They were so excited they put Eibner's jersey and helmet in the Royals' Hall of Fame.
Eibner is hitting .455 after the weekend with an OBP of .500. That's a pretty solid start.
And also, we don't talk about Brett Eibner very often here, so when we do, it's a site rule that we post this video.