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List of Major League Baseball single-inning home run leaders

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Willie McCovey (left), Andre Dawson (center), and Alex Rodriguez (right) are three of the only five players to hit two home runs in one inning on two separate occasions.

In baseball, a home run is credited to a batter when he hits a fair ball and reaches home safely on the same play, without the benefit of an error.[1] Fifty-eight different players have hit two home runs in an inning of a Major League Baseball (MLB) game to date, the most recent being Edwin Encarnación of the Seattle Mariners on April 8, 2019.[2][3] Regarded as a notable achievement, five players have accomplished the feat more than once in their career; no player has ever hit more than two home runs in an inning. Charley Jones was the first player to hit two home runs in one inning,[4][5] doing so for the Boston Red Stockings against the Buffalo Bisons on June 10, 1880.[6][7]

These innings have resulted in other single-inning and single-game MLB records being set due to the prodigious offensive performance. Bobby Lowe and Mike Cameron finished their respective games with a total of four home runs, equaling the record for most home runs in one game.[8] Both of the home runs hit by Fernando Tatís in the third inning for the St. Louis Cardinals on April 23, 1999, were grand slams. Not only did he tie the record for most grand slams in one game,[9] Tatís became the only player to hit two grand slams in the same inning and established a new major league record with eight runs batted in (RBI) in a single inning.[10][11] A decade later, Alex Rodriguez set the single-inning American League record for RBIs with seven when he hit a three-run home run and a grand slam in the sixth inning for the New York Yankees on October 4, 2009.[11][12]

Bret Boone and Cameron are the only players to each hit two home runs in one inning on the same day (May 2, 2002), in the same game, in the same inning (the first), in a pair of back-to-back at bats, and as teammates (playing for the Seattle Mariners).[5][13][14] Carlos Baerga, Mark Bellhorn, and Kendrys Morales hit their home runs from both sides of the plate.[15][16] Jeff King is the sole player to accomplish the feat in consecutive seasons.[5] Bill Regan has the fewest career home runs among players who have two home runs in one inning with 18,[17] while Alex Rodriguez, with 696, hit more home runs than any other player in this group and amassed the fourth most in major league history.[18] Willie McCovey, Mark McGwire, David Ortiz, Rodriguez, Gary Sheffield, and Sammy Sosa are also members of the 500 home run club.[18]

Of the 43 players eligible for the Baseball Hall of Fame who have hit two home runs in an inning, six have been elected, two on the first ballot.[19] Players are eligible for the Hall of Fame if they have played in at least 10 MLB seasons, and have either been retired for five seasons or deceased for at least six months.[20] These requirements leave three players ineligible who are active, six players ineligible who are living and have played in the past five seasons, and six players ineligible who did not play in 10 seasons.

List of Major League Baseball single-inning home run leaders Intro articles: 29

Players

Charley Jones was the first player to hit two home runs in one inning.
Both of Fernando Tatís' same-inning home runs were grand slams, making him the only player to attain that milestone and setting a new major league record of eight runs batted in in a single inning.
Mike Cameron hit two home runs in the same inning as Bret Boone, becoming the first teammates to accomplish the feat. Cameron also finished the game with a record-equaling four home runs.
Kendrys Morales is one of three switch hitters to hit home runs from both sides of the plate in the same inning.
Edwin Encarnación is the most recent player to hit two home runs in one inning, achieving the feat in 2019.
Key
Player (X) Name of the player and number of two homer innings they had at that point
Date Date of the game
Team The player's team at the time of the game
Opposing team The team against whom the player hit two home runs in one inning
Inning The inning in which the player hit two home runs
Career HR The number of home runs the player hit in his MLB career
Box Box score with play by play (if available)
& Indicates game in which multiple players each hit two home runs in one inning
* Indicates inning in which multiple players each hit two home runs
Elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame
Player is active
MLB hitters with two home runs in one inning
Player Date Team Opposing team Inning Career HR Box Ref
Charley Jones June 10, 1880 Boston Red Stockings Buffalo Bisons[7] 8th 56 N/A [21]
Lou Bierbauer July 12, 1890 Brooklyn Ward's Wonders Buffalo Bisons[22] 3rd 34 N/A [23]
Ed Cartwright September 23, 1890 St. Louis Browns Philadelphia Athletics[24] 3rd 24 N/A [25]
Bobby Lowe May 30, 1894 Boston Beaneaters Cincinnati Reds[26] 3rd 71 N/A [27]
Jake Stenzel June 6, 1894 Pittsburgh Pirates Boston Beaneaters[28] 3rd 32 N/A [29]
Ken Williams August 7, 1922 St. Louis Browns Washington Senators 6th 196 [30] [31]
Hack Wilson July 1, 1925 New York Giants Philadelphia Phillies 3rd 244 [32] [33]
Bill Regan June 16, 1928 Boston Red Sox Chicago White Sox 4th 18 [34] [17]
Hank Leiber August 24, 1935 New York Giants Chicago Cubs 2nd 101 [35] [36]
Joe DiMaggio June 24, 1936 New York Yankees Chicago White Sox 5th 361 [37] [38]
Andy Seminick June 2, 1949 Philadelphia Phillies Cincinnati Reds 8th 164 [39] [40]
Sid Gordon July 31, 1949 New York Giants Cincinnati Reds 2nd 202 [41] [42]
Al Kaline April 17, 1955 Detroit Tigers Kansas City Athletics 6th 399 [43] [44]
Jim Lemon September 5, 1959 Washington Senators Boston Red Sox 3rd 164 [45] [46]
Joe Pepitone May 23, 1962 New York Yankees Kansas City Athletics 8th 219 [47] [48]
Rick Reichardt April 30, 1966 California Angels Boston Red Sox 8th 116 [49] [50]
Willie McCovey April 12, 1973 San Francisco Giants Houston Astros 4th 521 [51] [52]
John Boccabella July 6, 1973 Montreal Expos Houston Astros 6th 26 [53] [54]
Lee May April 29, 1974 Houston Astros Chicago Cubs 6th 354 [55] [56]
Willie McCovey (2) June 27, 1977 San Francisco Giants Cincinnati Reds 6th 521 [57] [52]
Cliff Johnson June 30, 1977 New York Yankees Toronto Blue Jays 8th 196 [58] [59]
Andre Dawson July 30, 1978 Montreal Expos Atlanta Braves 3rd 438 [60] [61]
Ray Knight May 13, 1980 Cincinnati Reds New York Mets 5th 84 [62] [63]
Von Hayes June 11, 1985 Philadelphia Phillies New York Mets 1st 143 [64] [65]
Andre Dawson (2) September 24, 1985 Montreal Expos Chicago Cubs 5th 438 [66] [61]
Dale Murphy July 27, 1989 Atlanta Braves San Francisco Giants 6th 398 [67] [68]
Ellis Burks August 27, 1990 Boston Red Sox Cleveland Indians 4th 352 [69] [70]
Carlos Baerga April 8, 1993 Cleveland Indians New York Yankees 7th 134 [71] [72]
Joe Carter October 3, 1993 Toronto Blue Jays Baltimore Orioles 2nd 396 [73] [74]
Jeff Bagwell June 24, 1994 Houston Astros Los Angeles Dodgers 6th 449 [75] [76]
Jeff King August 8, 1995 Pittsburgh Pirates San Francisco Giants 2nd 154 [77] [78]
Jeff King (2) April 30, 1996 Pittsburgh Pirates Cincinnati Reds 4th 154 [79] [78]
Sammy Sosa May 16, 1996 Chicago Cubs Houston Astros 7th 609 [80] [81]
Dave Nilsson May 17, 1996 Milwaukee Brewers Minnesota Twins 6th 105 [82] [83]
Mark McGwire September 22, 1996 Oakland Athletics Seattle Mariners 5th 583 [84] [85]
Mike Lansing May 7, 1997 Montreal Expos San Francisco Giants 6th 84 [86] [87]
Gary Sheffield July 13, 1997 Florida Marlins Philadelphia Phillies 4th 509 [88] [89]
Fernando Tatís April 23, 1999 St. Louis Cardinals Los Angeles Dodgers 3rd 113 [90] [91]
Eric Karros August 22, 2000 Los Angeles Dodgers Montreal Expos 6th 284 [92] [93]
Bret Boone May 2, 2002& Seattle Mariners Chicago White Sox 1st* 252 [94] [95]
Mike Cameron May 2, 2002& Seattle Mariners Chicago White Sox 1st* 278 [94] [96]
Jared Sandberg June 11, 2002 Tampa Bay Devil Rays Los Angeles Dodgers 5th 25 [97] [98]
Nomar Garciaparra July 23, 2002 Boston Red Sox Tampa Bay Devil Rays 3rd 229 [99] [100]
Carl Everett July 26, 2002 Texas Rangers Oakland Athletics 7th 202 [101] [102]
Aaron Boone August 9, 2002 Cincinnati Reds San Diego Padres 1st 126 [103] [104]
Mark Bellhorn August 29, 2002 Chicago Cubs Milwaukee Brewers 4th 69 [105] [106]
Reggie Sanders August 20, 2003 Pittsburgh Pirates St. Louis Cardinals 5th 305 [107] [108]
Juan Rivera June 19, 2004 Montreal Expos Chicago White Sox 2nd 132 [109] [110]
Julio Lugo July 22, 2006 Tampa Bay Devil Rays Baltimore Orioles 5th 80 [111] [112]
Bengie Molina May 7, 2007 San Francisco Giants New York Mets 5th 144 [113] [114]
Magglio Ordóñez August 12, 2007 Detroit Tigers Oakland Athletics 2nd 294 [115] [116]
Alex Rodriguez September 5, 2007 New York Yankees Seattle Mariners 7th 696 [117] [118]
Jim Edmonds June 21, 2008 Chicago Cubs Chicago White Sox 4th 393 [119] [120]
David Ortiz August 12, 2008 Boston Red Sox Texas Rangers 1st 541 [121] [122]
Michael Cuddyer August 23, 2009 Minnesota Twins Kansas City Royals 7th 197 [123] [124]
Alex Rodriguez (2) October 4, 2009 New York Yankees Tampa Bay Rays 6th 696 [125] [118]
Juan Uribe September 23, 2010 San Francisco Giants Chicago Cubs 2nd 199 [126] [127]
Pablo Sandoval September 18, 2011 San Francisco Giants Colorado Rockies 4th 148 [128] [129]
Kendrys Morales July 30, 2012 Los Angeles Angels Texas Rangers 6th 213 [130] [131]
Adrián Beltré August 22, 2012 Texas Rangers Baltimore Orioles 4th 477 [132] [133]
Edwin Encarnación July 26, 2013 Toronto Blue Jays Houston Astros 7th 414 [134] [135]
Mark Trumbo April 15, 2016 Baltimore Orioles Texas Rangers 7th 218 [136] [137]
Edwin Encarnación (2) April 8, 2019 Seattle Mariners Kansas City Royals 6th 414 [138] [135]

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