Fifteen players have hit four home runs in the same game. They are: Bobby Lowe - Boston Nationals 1894 Ed Delahanty - Phillies 1896 Lou Gehrig - Yankees 1932 Chuck Klein - Phillies 1936 (extra inning game) Pat Searey - White Sox 1948 (extra inning game) Gil Hodges - Brooklyn Dodgers 1950 Joe Adcock - Milwaukee Braves 1954 Rocky Calovito - Indians 1959 Willie Mays - San Fransisco Giants 1961 Mike Schmidt - Phillies 1976 (extra inning game) Bob Horner - Atlanta Braves 1986 Mark Whitten - Cardinals 1993 Shawn Greene - LA Dodgers 2002 Mike Cameron - Mariners 2002 Carlos Delgado - Blue Jays 2003 Josh Hamilton-Texas Rangers 2012
As many as the players can hit. There is no limit.
No one has ever hit five home runs in a game. The record, held my many players, is four home runs in one game.
Fifteen players have hit four home runs in a game. Check out the 'Four Homers in a Game' link below to see the list of players.
To this date there have been 251 occurences in baseball
Sixteen players share the record for most home runs in a game with four. No one has ever hit five.
15 players have hit four home runs in a single game. Click on the 'Single Game Home Run Record' link on this page to see a list of those players.
Including the person that just did that this week, 5.
There have been 25 players who have hit at least 500 or more home runs in their career.
Many MLB players have hit 3 home runs in a single game. My personal favorites to do it are Mike Lowell and Cody Ross, who accomplished this feat as a members of the Florida Marlins.