30
Apr
On this day in 1961, San Francisco Giants centerfielder Willie Mays hit four home runs against the Braves in Milwaukee’s County Stadium. Mays went 4-for-5 at the plate and was on deck for a chance to hit a record fifth home run when the Giants’ half of the ninth inning ended. Mays is the only MLB player to have both a three-triple game and a four-home run game.

On this day in 1961, San Francisco Giants centerfielder Willie Mays hit four home runs against the Braves in Milwaukee’s County Stadium. Mays went 4-for-5 at the plate and was on deck for a chance to hit a record fifth home run when the Giants’ half of the ninth inning ended. Mays is the only MLB player to have both a three-triple game and a four-home run game.

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    Lets just let that sink in. Three-triple and four-home run game.
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