Delta Cleary Jr., Dallas Tarleton and Kyle Parker combined to hit back-to-back-to-back shots in the third inning of the Class A Advanced Nuts' 16-2 rout of Stockton.
All three homers came off Ports starter Max Perlman and traveled over the right-field fence at Banner Island Ballpark, although the wind at the ballpark was reportedly heading out to left at 13 mph.
Cleary Jr. -- the Nuts' second batter in the order -- started the string with a three-run blast. The longball was the left fielder's second in his last three games after failing to go deep in his first 37 games in the California League. Tarleton's followup was his fifth of the season and his first since July 21. Finally, Parker -- the Rockies' No. 9 prospect -- closed out the feat with his own solo blast.
The latter pair weren't done for the night. Parker added a three-run shot in his next at-bat as part of a six-run fourth while Tarleton went deep again with another solo homer in the seventh. That last roundtripper brought in the Nuts' 16th and final run of the night.
The game was Parker's first multi-homer game since last year when he went deep twice for Class A Asheville on July 24. The former Clemson quarterback and first-round pick from the 2010 Draft is batting .315 with 15 homers and 54 RBIs on the season.
It was the first multi-homer game in Tarleton's career. The backstop had homered only three times in three seasons entering 2012, hampered in part because he had never played more than 72 games in any given year. His six homers this season already represent a career high.
On the mound, Kennil Gomez (3-4) allowed just one run on six hits in seven innings of work to earn the win.
Ryan Ortiz and A.J. Kirby-Jones hit solo homers for the Ports.