First Time Ever—A Perfect Game and and a 4-Homer Game in the Same Season

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Josh Hamilton of the Texas Rangers belted four home runs on Tuesday night in Baltimore, just 17 days after Philip Humber of the Chicago White Sox tossed a perfect game in Seattle. The Rangers thumped the Orioles, 10-3, with Hamilton adding a double to set the American League’s single-game record for total bases, with 18. He tied the major league record, set by Joe Adcock of the Milwaukee Braves in 1954.

“Obviously it’s, other than being in the World Series, the highlight of my big-league career,” Hamilton told reporters in Baltimore. “I was saying after I hit two, I’ve never hit three in a game before, and what a blessing that was. Then to hit four is just an awesome feeling, to see how excited my teammates got.

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Posted May 9, 2012 at 1:01 pm [Printer Friendly] [Print w/ comments]



1. tjmcmahon wrote:

Well, Hamilton won’t be seeing any outfielders in shallow center anytime soon.

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