On May 2, 1954 – Stan Musial of the St. Louis Cardinals hits five home runs in a doubleheader split against the New York Giants. The Cardinals win the first game, 10 – 6, but lose the second, 9 – 7. In a strange twist, one of the fans in attendance at Sportsman’s Park is a young boy named Nate Colbert. In 1966, Colbert will make his major league debut. Six years later, he will tie Musial’s record by hitting five homers in a twinbill on August 1, 1972.