For a player it is 4, done by 15 players most recently by Mark Whiten.AnswerThe major league record for homeruns in one game by both teams is (12). Done twice by the Detroit Tigers and Chicago White Sox's. 5-28-1995 Detroit(7) and Chicago(5) and on 7-02-2002, Detroit(6) and Chicago(6).
The MLB record for one team in a single game is 10, set Sept. 14, 1987 by the
by the Cincinnati Reds Sept. 4, 1999 in a game against Philadelphia.
Carlos Delgado with 4 home runs in a game. He is the last major league player to hit 4 home runs in a game,
Sixteen players share the record for most home runs in a game with four. No one has ever hit five.
Billy Orth from Houston TX, hitting 5 home-runs in a single game.
The record for most Lead off home runs at the start of a game is by Rickey Henderson with 81.
No one has ever hit five home runs in a game. The record, held my many players, is four home runs in one game.
The record for most home runs in a MLB game is 12. This happened twice by the same two teams, Detroit and Chicago. The first date was May 28, 1995 and the second date was July 2, 2002.
Edgardo Alfonso holds the record with 6 hits against the Houston Astros on August 30, 1999. In that game he also set the team record for most runs scored in a game with 6 and tied the team record for home runs in a game with 3.
The record for the most home runs hit in a game by one team is 10 by the Toronto Blue Jays. They defeated the Baltimore Orioles 18 to 3 on September 14, 1987 at Exhibition Stadium, Toronto.
Slugger Barry Bonds holds the record for the most home runs in a career. In the course of his career, he blasted 762 out of the park.
10. Blue Jays in 1987
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.
Barry Bonds holds the record for career home runs with 762 and the mark for most homers in a season with 73.
The Toronto Blue Jays on September 14, 1987 hit a total of 10 home runs in just one game.
He holds the major league records for most home runs in a career (762) and most home runs in a season (73).
The single-season record-holder for most home runs in a year is Barry Bonds. He hit 73 home runs in 2001.
On 1987 September 14, the Toronto Blue Jays hit ten home runs in one game -- the all time MLB record for one team in one game.
Albert Pujols with 3
Frank Robinson and Ken Griffey Jr. has the record for most home runs hit on opening day with 8.
Barry Bond hit 73 home runs in 2001 to set the single season home run record.