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What is the record for most home runs in one game?

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2010-11-21 03:24:47
2010-11-21 03:24:47

For a player it is 4, done by 15 players most recently by Mark Whiten.

AnswerThe major league record for homeruns in one game by both teams is (12). Done twice by the Detroit Tigers and Chicago White Sox's. 5-28-1995 Detroit(7) and Chicago(5) and on 7-02-2002, Detroit(6) and Chicago(6).

The MLB record for one team in a single game is 10, set Sept. 14, 1987 by the

Toronto Blue Jays against the Baltimore Orioles. The NL record is 9 clubbed

by the Cincinnati Reds Sept. 4, 1999 in a game against Philadelphia.

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