On June 17, 1936, Charles “Red” Ruffing of the New York Yankees sets an American League record for pitchers by piling up 10 total bases. The Hall of Fame hurler hits two home runs as part of a four-hit day, helping the Yankees to a 15-4 crushing of the Cleveland Indians.
Mel Stottlemyre of the New York Yankees becomes the first pitcher in 55 years to hit an inside-the-park grand slam
July 20, 1965
July 3, 1966