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In the early days of the game (1870's-1880's)most home runs were inside the park, many ballparks didn't even have outfield fences and it's unlikely that inside the park homers were considered a separate stat from homers hit over a fence,a fairly rare occurence in the early days of the game.

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Q: Who hit the 1st inside the park home run in the major league?
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