Cameron Yelich recently was honorably discharged from the United States Marine Corps and made the trip to Milwaukee’s Miller Park to see his brother Christian play for the first time since 2016.

Cameron joined the Marines out of high school and was promoted to sergeant earlier this year, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. His service included stints in Japan, Korea and the Philippines in addition to training in Hawaii. 

He was serving with the 1st Battalion, 3rd Marines, Weapons Company when he was discharged.

The brothers teamed up for the ceremonial first pitch while Brewers fans celebrated the team’s post-clinch homecoming, and then Christian continued the party by launching a two-run home run — his 34th — to key a game-tying three-run inning that reset the game.

He added two more walks and another run scored, but that first-pitch first-inning home run was the moment he’ll remember.

“My heart was pumping a little bit in that first at-bat with how loud the stadium was and everybody I had in attendance watching,” Christian Yelich said. “You’re just trying to catch your breath, so for that to happen on the first pitch was really cool. It’s really hard to describe. It was an awesome moment.”

This is what brothers dream about when they’re kids. The only thing better would be if they were both major leaguers.