On April 4, 1974, Atlanta Braves slugger Hank Aaron blasts an historic three-run home run against Cincinnati Reds pitcher Jack Billingham on Opening Day. The home run is the 714th of Aaron’s Hall of Fame career, tying him with the legendary Babe Ruth for the most home runs in major league history.
April 14, 1910
Don Mattingly of the New York Yankees becomes the first American League player to hit home runs in seven consecutive games
July 17, 1987
April 29, 1953