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May 3, 1964 > Sadaharu Oh of the Yomiuri Giants rips four home runs against the Hanshin Tigers, establishing a new Japanese League record for most home runs in a game. Of the 14 Major League players who have matched that total, the most recent to turn the trick was Los Angeles' Shawn Green on May 23, 2002.