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4  HOME  RUNS  IN  A  GAME

THERE  HAVE  BEEN  15  INSTANCES  TO-DATE  IN  MAJOR  LEAGUE  BASEBALL 
HISTORY  WHERE  A  PLAYER  HAS  HIT  FOUR  HOME  RUNS  IN  A  SINGLE  GAME

NOTEWORTHY

•     Lowe, Gehrig, Colavito, Schmidt, Cameron and Delgado hit their four home runs in consecutive at-bats.

     •     Klein, Seerey and Schmidt needed extra innings to achieve four home runs.

     •     Delahanty's home runs were all inside-the-park.

     •    Gehrig hit a deep fly in his final at-bat that narrowly missed being a fifth home run.

     •    Whiten, Green and Delgado all played at one time with the Toronto Blue Jays

DATE - PLAYER - TEAM - LEAGUE

30  May  1894 
BOBBY  LOWE
Boston Beaneaters, NL

13  July  1896 
ED  DELAHANTY
Philadelphia Phillies, NL

3  June  1932 
LOU  GEHRIG
New York Yankees, AL

10  July  1936 
CHUCK  KLEIN
Philadelphia Phillies, NL

18  July  1948 
PAT  SEEREY
Chicago White Sox, AL

31  August  1950 
GIL  HODGES
Brooklyn Dodgers, NL

31 July  1954 
JOE  ADCOCK
Milwaukee Braves, NL

10  June  1959 
ROCKY  COLAVITO
Cleveland Indians, AL

30  April  1961 
WILLIE  MAYS
San Francisco Giants, NL

17  April  1976 
MIKE  SCHMIDT
Philadelphia Phillies, NL

6  July  1986
BOB  HORNER
Atlanta Braves, NL

7  August  1993
MARK  WHITEN
St. Louis Cardinals, NL

2  May  2002
MIKE  CAMERON
Seattle Mariners, AL

23  May  2002 
SHAWN  GREEN
Los Angeles Dodgers, NL

25  September  2003
CARLOS  DELGADO
Toronto Blue Jays, AL

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