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    Most Home Runs Hit in a Single Game


    Most Home Runs Hit in a Single Game

    by Nick Browne

    Hitting a home run is typically the most exciting play in a baseball game. But when a player is feeling it, I mean really feeling it, they can go yard multiple times in a single game. What’s the record for most home runs hit by a single player in a single game? The answer is four, and it has been done by 16 players. I’ll be touching on the last five to have achieved the feat.

    Josh Hamilton, Texas Rangers – May 8, 2012


    Hamilton belted four round-trippers to help lead the Rangers to a 10-3 win over the Baltimore Orioles.

    Carlos Delgado, Toronto Blue Jays – September 25, 2003


    Delgado was the catalyst that pushed the Blue Jays to a 10-8 win over the Tampa Bay Rays, thanks to crushing four home runs in this game.

    Shawn Green, Los Angeles Dodgers – May 23, 2002

    With his four home runs leading the charge, Shawn Green led the Dodgers to a 16-3 romp over the Milwaukee Brewers.

    Mike Cameron, Seattle Mariners – May 2, 2002

    Smashing four home runs for the Mariners, Cameron’s bat was a huge reason Seattle crushed Chicago 15-4 in this game.

    Mark Whiten, St. Louis Cardinals – September 7, 1993

    Whiten’s four ridiculous bombs in this game pushed the Cardinals to an impressive 15-2 romp over the Cincinnati Reds.


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