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This Day in Baseball History
April 30, 1961 > Willie Mays of the San Francisco Giants becomes the ninth player in Major League history to blast four home runs in a single game as the Giants pound the Milwaukee Braves, 14-4. All told, the fans get to witness quite a power spectacle, as Orlando Cepeda and Hank Aaron also club two apiece.