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BATTING
Games - 24, Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinals; Willie Mays, N.Y.-San Francisco Giants-N.Y. Mets; Hank Aaron, Milwaukee-Atlanta Braves-Milwaukee Brewers.
At-Bats - 75, Willie Mays, N.Y.-San Francisco Giants-N.Y. Mets.
Batting Average - .500, Charlie Gehringer, Detroit (20 at-bats).
Hits - 23, Willie Mays, N.Y.-San Francisco Giants-N.Y. Mets.
Runs - 20, Willie Mays, N.Y.-San Francisco Giants-N.Y. Mets.
Runs Batted In - 12, Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox.
Doubles - 7, Dave Winfield, San Diego-N.Y. Yankees.
Triples - 3, Willie Mays, N.Y.-San Francisco Giants-N.Y. Mets; and Brooks Robinson, Baltimore.
Home Runs - 6, Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinals.
Total Bases - 40, Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinals; and Willie Mays, N.Y.-San Francisco Giants-N.Y. Mets.
Pitching
Games - 9, Roger Clemens, Boston-Toronto-N.Y. Yankees-Houston.
Games Started - 5, Lefty Gomez, N.Y. Yankees; Robin Roberts, Philadelphia Phillies; Don Drysdale, Los Angeles Dodgers.
Games Won - 3, Lefty Gomez, N.Y. Yankees.
Games Lost - 2, Mort Cooper, St. Louis Cardinals; Claude Passeau, Chicago Cubs; Whitey Ford, N.Y. Yankees; Luis Tiant, Cleveland-Boston; Catfish Hunter, Oakland-N.Y. Yankees; Dwight Gooden, N.Y. Mets.
Games Saved - 3, Dennis Eckersley, Oakland Athletics, 3 games; Mariano Rivera, N.Y. Yankees, 6 games.
Innings pitched - 19 1-3, Don Drysdale, Los Angeles Dodgers, 8 games.
Strikeouts - 19, Don Drysdale, Los Angeles Dodgers, 8 games.
Walks - 7, Jim Palmer, Baltimore Orioles, 5 games.
SINGLE GAME
Batting
Hits - 4, Joe Medwick, St. Louis Cardinals, 1937; Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox, 1946; Carl Yastrzemski, Boston Red Sox, 1970.
Runs - 4, Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox, 1946.
Runs Batted In - 5, Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox, 1946; Al Rosen, Cleveland, 1954.
Doubles - 2, Al Simmons, Chicago White Sox, 1934; Joe Medwick, St. Louis Cardinals, 1937; Ted Kluszewski, Cincinnati, 1956; Ernie Banks, Chicago Cubs, 1959, Barry Bonds, San Francisco, 1993; Paul Konerko, Chicago White Sox, 2002; Damian Miller, Arizona, 2002; Albert Pujols, St. Louis, 2004.
Triples - 2, Rod Carew, Minnesota, 1978.
Home Runs - 2, Arky Vaughn, Pittsburgh, 1941; Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox, 1946; Al Rosen, Cleveland, 1954; Willie McCovey, San Francisco, 1969; Gary Carter, Montreal, 1981.
Pitching
Innings - 6, Lefty Gomez, N.Y. Yankees, 1935.
Strikeouts - 6, Carl Hubbell, N.Y. Giants, 1934; Johnny Vander Meer, Cincinnati, 1943; Larry Jansen, N.Y. Giants; Ferguson Jenkins, Chicago Cubs, 1967.
Walks - 5, Bill Hallahan, Chicago Cubs, 1933, 2 innings.
Runs allowed, game - 7, Atlee Hammaker, San Francisco, 1983.
Earned runs allowed, game - 7, Atlee Hammaker, San Francisco, 1983.
Hits allowed, game - 9, Tom Glavine, Atlanta, 1992.
Home runs allowed, game - 3, Jim Palmer, Baltimore, 1977.
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