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Encyclopedia > Batters with four home runs in one game

Listed below are the 15 occurrences of Major League Baseball players who have hit four home runs in a single game.


  • Lowe, Gehrig, Colavito, Schmidt, Cameron and Delgado hit each of their four home runs in consecutive at-bat.
  • Klein, Seerey and Schmidt each needed extra innings to get four home runs.
  • Delahanty hit all inside-the-park.

Date Player Team
May 30, 1894 Bobby Lowe Boston Beaneaters, NL
July 13, 1896 Ed Delahanty Philadelphia Phillies, NL
June 3, 1932 Lou Gehrig New York Yankees, AL
July 10, 1936 Chuck Klein Philadelphia Phillies, NL
July 18, 1948 Pat Seerey Chicago White Sox, AL
August 31, 1950 Gil Hodges Brooklyn Dodgers, NL
July 31, 1954 Joe Adcock Milwaukee Braves, NL
June 10, 1959 Rocky Colavito Cleveland Indians, AL
April 30, 1961 Willie Mays San Francisco Giants, NL
April 17, 1976 Mike Schmidt Philadelphia Phillies, NL
July 6, 1986 Bob Horner Atlanta Braves, NL
August 7, 1993 Mark Whiten St. Louis Cardinals, NL
May 2, 2002 Mike Cameron Seattle Mariners, AL
May 23, 2002 Shawn Green Los Angeles Dodgers, NL
September 25, 2003 Carlos Delgado Toronto Blue Jays, AL

  Results from FactBites:
Bob Horner - definition of Bob Horner in Encyclopedia (544 words)
A second baseman for TSN's College All-America team in 1977 and 1978, Horner set a NCAA record with 58 career home runs for Arizona State, set a 25-homer season record, and was selected the MVP of 1977 College World Series.
In a game against the Expos, he became the 11th player to hit four home runs in a game.
Later in the season, after hitting a record 210 home runs without a grand slam, Horner finally belted a homer with the bases loaded to give the Braves a 4-2 victory over the Pirates.
Bobby Lowe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (208 words)
On May 30, 1894, Lowe became the first major leaguer ever to hit four home runs in one game, doing it in consecutive at-bat.
In his 18-season career, he batted.273, with 71 HR, 984 RBI, 1131 runs, 1929 hits, 230 doubles, 85 triples and 302 stolen bases in 1818 games.
Batters with four home runs in one game
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