MLB: Players who hit four homers in one game by jsparkyp

Champion(s):

EverettJ
We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful what we pretend to be.


Runner(s)-Up:

Pelc
I am serious, and don't call me Shirley


Quiz Description

On June 6, 2017, Scooter Gennett of the Cincinnati Reds became the 17th player to hit four home runs in one game. This quiz is about some of the others who achieved that feat. (Asterisk denotes Hall of Famer.)

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1 EverettJ 449 98 15
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2 Pelc 448 94 15
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3 Ryno23 445 88 15
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3 bev48 445 88 15
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5 GoodmanDL 441 81 15
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5 JeziorskiM 441 81 15
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7 ChernicoffS 430 75 15
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8 BoyerA 392 72 15
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9 chc 345 68 00
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10 GrahamJ 330 64 15
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11 Ruwisc 311 61 15
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12 KleinJ 278 57 00
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13 rwv37 265 53 15
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14 CarterBurke 263 50 00
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15 Commodore 255 46 15
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16 AronPollack 244 42 15
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17 KPope 225 38 15
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18 casketromance 204 35 15
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19 HightB 195 31 00
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20 LashleyM 169 27 15
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21 JonesRW 165 24 00
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22 LiptonM 151 20 15
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23 OlewnickB 132 16 00
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24 Vintsanity 129 12 15
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25 RuizJ 84 9 00
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26 Kyle 68 5 15
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Questions:

*April 30, 1961, San Francisco Giants, vs. Milwaukee Braves.

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Willie Mays

*July 10, 1936, Philadelphia Phillies, vs. Pittsburgh Pirates.

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Chuck Klein

*June 3, 1932, New York Yankees, vs. Philadelphia Athletics. (Note: In spite of that feat, the bigger baseball news that day was New York Giants manager John McGraw announcing his retirement.)

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Lou Gehrig

August 31, 1950, Brooklyn Dodgers, vs. Boston Braves.

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Gil Hodges

*April 17, 1976, Philadelphia Phillies, vs. Chicago Cubs.

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Mike Schmidt

June 10, 1959, Cleveland Indians, vs. Baltimore Orioles.

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Rocky Colavito

*July 13, 1896, Philadelphia Phillies, vs. Chicago Colts. (Note 1: In spite of his output, the Phillies lost, 9-8. Note 2: All four homers were inside-the-park. Note 3: This player came from a large family in which four other brothers played in the Majors.)

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Ed Delahanty

July 6, 1986, Atlanta Braves, vs. Montreal Expos. (Note: In spite of his output, the Braves lost, 11-8.)

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Bob Horner

May 2, 2002, Seattle Mariners vs. Chicago White Sox.

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Mike Cameron

May 23, 2002, Los Angeles Dodgers, vs. Milwaukee Brewers.

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Shawn Green

September 25, 2003, Toronto Blue Jays, vs. Tampa Bay Devil Rays.

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Carlos Delgado

May 8, 2012, Texas Rangers, vs. Baltimore Orioles.

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Josh Hamilton