On October 1, 1989, 1989 – Kirby Puckett of the Minnesota Twins and Tony Gwynn of the San Diego Padres each win batting titles on the final day of the regular season. Puckett goes 2-for-5 to edge Carney Lansford, .339 to .336, while Gwynn goes 3-for-4 to beat Will Clark, .336 to .333.
July 31, 1930
July 6, 1970
Jim Ray Hart of the San Francisco Giants hits for the cycle and becomes the first National League player since Fred Merkle in 1911 to drive in six runs in one inning
July 8, 1970