Bass had 4 home runs. Michael Conforto into the second deck. Seerey had a brief career, lasting in the big leagues for seven seasons. Five home runs in a game has been achieved four times: Pete Schneider 1923 , Lou Frierson 1934 , Cecil Dunn 1936 and Dick Lane 1948. He went 4-2 with a 3. The improbable feat, which had been accomplished only by the 1964 Twins, 1963 Indians, and the 1961 Braves, leads to Nomar Garciaparra's walk-off two-run homer in the tenth and sole possession of first place when Los Angeles beat the Friars, 11-10. I'm just putting a good swing on the ball.
Hodges, Adcock, and Martinez are the only players to hit home runs against four different pitchers in one game. The smooth fielder is also a defensive weapon as evidenced by his three Gold Gloves. Shortstop Enrique Hernandez and third baseman Max Muncy set the tone by hitting back-to-back home runs to lead off the game. Rhyne had 4 home runs. He spent most of the remaining eight years of his career playing in B and C leagues in Texas. For a player it is 4, done by 15 players most recently by Mark Whiten. Philadelphia has seen the feat three times over eighty years, and 2002 was the first year it has been achieved twice during the same season.
His 11th-inning home run was the game winner. Asheville Tourists Anthony Mongeluzzo of Savannah had 4 solo home runs in 4 at-bats. Delgado was reportedly under the weather for the game, but it surely didn't show. Gennett ended the night with 42 career home runs, meaning he hit 9. The record setting home run hitters that day were: 2x , , , , 2x and 3x. The home runs came in five consecutive at-bats.
In his next game, he hit 3 homers. The Mets hit just four home runs in their first seven games, making it even more noteworthy when they crushed five of them a combined 2,121 feet on Saturday. The team has just four wins this month and owns the second-worst record in the National League. Lowe was not a slugger by any means, hitting just 71 homers in 18 seasons throughout his Major League career. Moa slugged 272 homers over 15 National Series seasons in Cuba.
August 11, 2010 In an 8-2 victory over Milwaukee at Miller Park, the Diamondbacks become the only the seventh team to hit In the top of the fourth inning, Adam LaRoche, Miguel Montero, Mark Reynolds, and Stephen Drew all connect off Dave Bush, making the right-hander only the third hurler in major league history to yield four straight round-trippers. Despite Los Angeles' big day at the plate, the Mets pushed the game to extra innings on the strength of a three-run homer Kevin Plawecki in the bottom of the eighth. In the first game, Dukes center fielder Melvin C. On , , and both hit three home runs for the in a game against the. Ed Delahanty, Phillies, July 13, 1896 In arguably the craziest way to achieve the feat, Delahanty hit two of his four home runs inside the park, according to Baseball Almanac.
The have hit the most home runs in a National League game, connecting for nine homers on. The Cardinals got Paul Goldschmidt. Wasley had 4 home runs. The Yankees traded for James Paxton. You can add one to that list. Louis Cardinals 1 Reds left fielder Ryan J. Williams had even better numbers in both categories in 1941, the year he became the last major league player to bat.
That, too, was a great deal for the Phillies. Hodges became to hit four home runs in a single game. He finished the game with 18 total bases, which at the time was a Major League record. Stats updated as of September 30, 2018. My guess is that an injury was involved. On June 21, 1970, Gutierrez had seven hits in the second game of a doubleheader between the Tigers and the Cleveland Indians. The Reds 27-30 moved a half game ahead of the Cardinals 26-30.
They studied wind patterns and blueprints, going as far as to change the times of their daily meals and routines. He followed it up with a three-run dingers in the sixth and seventh before hitting a two-run homer in the ninth. It surpassed 's mark of 18, which also came from a four-homer game. Martin, Kevin Saldana, Art Schott, John Schwartz, Jim Shearon, John Spalding, Tom Strother, Dick Thompson, Stew Thornley, Bob Tiemann, Chris Trudeau, Alain Usereau, David Vincent, Bill Weiss, Frank Williams, Ralph Winnie, Gene Wood. Joe Adcock, Braves, July 31, 1954 Adcock homered off four pitchers that fateful night at Ebbets Field and even added a double. The Noles added back-to-back shots in the 3rd, then 3 more home runs in the 6th to lead 12-4 after 6 innings. Bret Boone and Cameron also went back-to-back in the same inning twice, a feat that still has never been matched.