Two Homers, One Inning
By The Associated Press
Players who homered twice in one inning with team, date and inning:
American Association
Ed Cartwright, St. Louis, Sept. 23, 1890, third.
Players League
Lou Bierbauer, Brooklyn, July 12, 1890, third.
National League
Bengie Molina, San Francisco, May 7, 2007, fifth.
Juan Rivera, Montreal, June 19, 2004, second.
Reggie Sanders, Pittsburgh, Aug. 20, 2003, fifth.
Mark Bellhorn, Chicago, Aug. 29, 2002, fourth.
Aaron Boone, Cincinnati, Aug. 9, 2002, first.
Eric Karros, Los Angeles, Aug. 22, 2000, sixth.
x-Fernando Tatis, St. Louis, April 23, 1999, third.
Gary Sheffield, Florida, July 13, 1997, fourth.
Mike Lansing, Montreal, May 7, 1997, sixth.
Sammy Sosa, Chicago, May 16, 1996, seventh.
Jeff King, Pittsburgh, April 30, 1996, fourth.
Jeff King, Pittsburgh, Aug. 8, 1995, second.
Jeff Bagwell, Houston, June 24, 1994, sixth.
Dale Murphy, Atlanta, July 27, 1989, sixth.
Andre Dawson, Montreal, Sept. 24, 1985, fifth.
Von Hayes, Philadelphia, June 11, 1985, first.
Ray Knight, Cincinnati, May 13, 1980, fifth.
Andre Dawson, Montreal, July 30, 1978, third.
Willie McCovey, San Francisco, June 27, 1977, sixth.
Lee May, Houston, April 29, 1974, third.
John Boccabella, Montreal, July 6, 1973, 1st game, sixth.
Willie McCovey, San Francisco, April 12, 1973, fourth.
Sid Gordon, N.Y. Giants, July 31, 1949, 2nd game, second.
Andy Seminick, Philadelphia, June 2, 1949, eighth.
Henry Leiber, N.Y. Giants, Aug. 24, 1935, second.
Hack Wilson, N.Y. Giants, July 1, 1925, 2nd game, third.
Jacob Stenzel, Pittsburgh, June 6, 1894, third.
Robert Lowe, Boston Braves, May 30, 1894, third.
Charles Jones, Boston Braves, June 10, 1880, eighth.
American League
Julio Lugo, Tampa Bay, July 22, 2006, fifth.
Carl Everett, Texas, July 26, 2002, seventh.
Nomar Garciaparra, Boston, July 23, 2002, third.
Jared Sandberg, Tampa Bay, June 11, 2002, fifth.
y-Bret Boone, Seattle, May 2, 2002, first.
y-Mike Cameron, Seattle, May 2, 2002, first.
Mark McGwire, Oakland, Sept. 22, 1996, fifth.
Dave Nilsson, Milwaukee, May 17, 1996, sixth.
Joe Carter, Toronto, Oct. 3, 1993, second.
Carlos Baerga, Cleveland, April 8, 1993, seventh.
Ellis Burks, Boston, Aug. 27, 1990, fourth.
Cliff Johnson, New York, June 30, 1977, eighth.
Rick Reichardt, California, April 30, 1966, eighth.
Joe Pepitone, New York, May 23, 1962, eighth.
Jim Lemon, Washington, Sept. 5, 1959, third.
Al Kaline, Detroit, April 17, 1955, sixth.
Joe DiMaggio, New York, June 24, 1936, fifth.
Bill Regan, Boston, June 16, 1928, fourth.
Ken Williams, St. Louis Browns, Aug. 7, 1922, sixth.
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x-Both home runs were grand slams.
y-Home runs were hit back-to-back.
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