On April 11, 1959, Don Drysdale of the Los Angeles Dodgers hits his second Opening Day home run, becoming the only pitcher to hit more than one career homer in opening games. Drysdale’s historic blast doesn’t prevent the Dodgers from losing their game, 6-1, to the Chicago Cubs…
Ken Boyer, Tim McCarver, and Bill White hit back-to-back-to-back home runs for the St. Louis Cardinals
July 18, 1964
Minnesota Twins become the first team in American League history to belt five home runs in one inning.
June 9, 1966