The first baseball game in the Metrodome was an exhibition game, played April 3, 1982, between the Twins and the Philadelphia Phillies. Kent Hrbek of the Twins hit the first home run in that game and, therefore, the first home run in Metrodome history. The first regular season baseball game played in the Metrodome was April 6, 1982 between the Twins and Seattle Mariners. The first home run hit in that game was by Dave Engle of the Twins and, therefore, is the first home run hit in a regular season game in Metrodome history.
In 2011, the Minnesota Twins hit 103 home runs.
Adam Kennedy in Game 5 of the 2002 ALCS against the Minnesota Twins.
Bob Watson in the 1970's during an exhibition game between the Astros and Twins.
In the regular season, Bob Allison.Allison hit the first home run in Twins regular season history in the 7th inning of their first ever regular season game (April 11, 1961) against the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium.
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Greg Gagne of the Minnesota Twins on October 4, 1986 against the Chicago White Sox. The Twins won the game 7-3. Bert Blyleven pitched a complete game for the Twins in the 1986 game when Gagne hit two inside-the-park HRs. The last player to do the deed before Gagne was Dick Allen of the White Sox against the Twins on July 31, 1972. The Twins pitcher tnat game ... Bert Blyleven ... who gave up both of Allen's inside-the-park HRs.
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No one has ever hit five home runs in a game. The record, held my many players, is four home runs in one game.
Believe it or not, but Ruth never hit four home runs in a game.
He hit 2 or more home runs 72 times in a regular season game. He hit 2 home runs in a game 70 times and 3 home runs in a game 2 times. He also hit 3 home runs in 2 World Series Games.