June 3, 1932 – in Shibe Park, Tony Lazzeri blasts a grand slam to complete his natural cycle, with his four hits being accomplished in sequential order: single, double, triple, home run. This rare and amazing feat is overshadowed by Lou Gehrig becomes the first player to hit 4 home runs in the same game. Gehrig, narrowly, misses a 5th homerun when Al Simmons snags a line drive at the wall.
Despite the Yankees scoring 20 runs, the Yankees grabbed a lead in the 6th and the score was 14-13, when the Yankees scored 6 runs in 9th that put away the A’s, in a 20-13, final. Lefty Gomez, pitches the last 2 innings giving up a run to seal the Yankee victory. Only 5,000 fans showed up to see this historic event.