Mike Trout homered for the sixth straight game, but the Angels lost 5-4 to the Cleveland Guardians on Monday.
Amed Rosario's seventh-inning double scored Steven Kwan to give Cleveland its fourth straight and sixth in seven games.
Joey Votto of the Reds was the last player to do it last July.
Trout one homer shy of recordDale Long (Pittsburgh Pirates, 1956), Don Mattingly (New York Yankees, 1987), and Ken Griffey Jr. have eight (Seattle Mariners, 1993).
The Guardians (74-65) lead the Chicago White Sox (72-69) by three games in the AL Central.
Both managers were removed in the seventh inning, therefore neither saw the game's conclusion.
Ryan Tepera's fastball looked to strike Andres Gimenez in the foot. Francona was expelled after arguing with Ron Kulpa.
During the break, Tepera asked to throw warm-up pitches, but Kulpa said no, leading to Nevin's ejection.