On May 31, 1958, future Hall of Famers Hank Aaron and Eddie Mathews and outfielder Wes Covington hit back-to-back-to-back home runs against Ron Kline of the Pittsburgh Pirates, powering the Milwaukee Braves to an 8-3 win. Aaron, Mathews and Covington had achieved the same feat in 1957.
Eddie Murray of the Baltimore Orioles becomes the first player in major league history to switch-hit home runs in two consecutive games
May 9, 1987
Don Mattingly of the New York Yankees sets a major league record by hitting his sixth grand slam of the season
September 29, 1987
Minnesota Twins become the first team in American League history to belt five home runs in one inning.
June 9, 1966
October 3, 1965