Is this sentence's grammar correct? Can I say "Not only he has homered" instead?
The grammar is correct in this sentence, "not only" can be used at the beginning of a sentence to convey that "there was not only one thing, but there was an additional thing". Another example is: Not only did I make dinner, but I also made dessert. You can also say this sentence as "He has not only homered, but he's (also) tied the game."
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