1896: In a 9-8 defeat to the hometown Chicago Colts (Cubs), Phillies' outfielder Ed Delahanty hits four home runs in one game. All of the round trippers are the inside-the-park variety.
1934: During the third inning in front of 20,000 fans at Navin Field in Detroit, Babe Ruth wallops a Tommy Bridges' 3-2 pitch far over the right field wall for his 700th career home run.
1963: At the age of 43, Early Wynn pitches the first five innings to record his 300th victory when the Indians down the Kansas City A's, 7-4. The win will be the future Hall of Famer's last in the major leagues, and he will finish his 23-year career with a 300-244 record.
1991: At Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, four Oriole hurlers combined to throw a no-hitter blanking the A's, 2-0. Starting pitcher Bob Milacki holds the home team hitless for the first six innings, follow by Mike Flanagan, Mark Williamson, and Gregg Olson, who all throw one inning of no-hit ball.