On June 15, 1952, the St. Louis Cardinals set a National League comeback record by rallying from an 11-0 deficit to post a 14-12 win. The Cardinals scored seven runs in the fifth inning, three in the seventh, two in the eighth and two in the ninth to cap off the incredible comeback. The key blows for the Cardinals were a 2 out single by Enos Slaughter, that gave them their first lead 12-11, and an inning later Solly Hemus hits his second home run of the game a 2 run shot that puts St. Louis up 14-11. In the bottom of the 9th, Eddie Yuhas pitched a perfect 7 & 8, retired the first two batters quickly and that proceeded to get into a jam, walking the next two batters.
Willard Schmidt the 10th pitcher of the game, came in to try to end the game and seal the comeback. Schmidt promptly induced a ground ball to third and short and the Cardinals made errors on both grounders, making the score 14-12, and the bases are jammed. Luckily, Schmidt gets Davey Williams to pop up to the catcher to end the game.
In total, the game had 10 pitchers, 6 homeruns, 6 Errors, 32 hits, and 26 runs. Combined the teams went 15 – 29 with runners in scoring position.