On May 13, 1958, Willie Mays and Daryl Spencer of the San Francisco Giants each hit two home runs and combine for 28 total bases in a 16-9 rout of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Mays’ five hits help the Giants set a modern day NL record of 50 total bases in a game.
Mark McGwire of the St. Louis Cardinals breaks what is arguably the game’s most prestigious single-season record: Roger Maris’ mark of 61 home runs
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Baltimore Orioles and Los Angeles Angels set a major league record by combining to use 16 pitchers during a 14-inning game
June 25, 1961
Steve Carlton of the Philadelphia Phillies sets a National League record by fanning his 3,118th batter, surpassing Bob Gibson on the all-time list.
September 21, 1980
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