On June 24, 1936 At Comiskey Park, 21 year-old rookie Rookie Joe DiMaggio ties three major-league records in New York’s 10-run 5th inning against the White Sox, hitting 2 home runs for 8 total bases. With 2 doubles, he equals the modern record of four long hits in a game. New York beats St. Louis, 18 – 4. He becomes the first Yankee and fifth player in major league history to hit two home runs in one inning.

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Baseball Reference