The San Diego Padres tied a franchise record during Wednesday’s 8-4 win over the Toronto Blue Jays, hitting at least one home run as a team in a 25th consecutive game, per ESPN Stats & Info.

Infielder Adam Rosales did the honors with a two-run shot off of Blue Jays starter R.A. Dickey in the top of the third inning, and was later joined by first baseman Brett Wallace (fifth inning) and outfielder Alex Dickerson (eighth inning), both of whom hit solo home runs that provided insurance.

Per ESPN Stats & Info, 10 different Padres have hit home runs during the 25-game stretch, including outfielder Melvin Upton Jr. (five), who was traded to the Blue Jays on Tuesday.

Upton made his first start for Toronto on Wednesday, recording a single and a run scored in four at-bats.

Padres second baseman Ryan Schimpf (nine homers) leads the team in home runs over the course of the streak, followed by outfielder Matt Kemp (eight), utility man Yangervis Solarte (six) and the aforementioned Dickerson (five).

Rosales and Wallace have contributed just two apiece, both serving in part-time roles.

While encouraging for the franchise’s future, the recent power surge hasn’t led to improvement in the win column, with San Diego going just 11-14 during the streak.

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