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 Major League record for most home runs hit in a single game by both teams seems modest, considering the record for one team is ten. On two occasions, in 1995 and 2002, the Detroit Tigers and Chicago White Sox, in American League games, combined to hit twelve home runs. The National League record in eleven and it has been done four times; the Chicago Cubs have been involved in three of the four games, one in 1979, the most recent.
Lots of people. The record is four. We're waiting for someone to hit a fifth and "clear the books" on players like Mickey Mantle, Jimmie Foxx, Hank Greenberg, Stan Musial, and Ted Williams, all of whom have hit homers on four consecutive at bats. Manny Ramirez accomplished the feat in 1998, and that's the most recent instance. Mike Schmidt also hit 4 consecutive homers. But the next day he hit a pitch and it was a foot away from being the 5th consecutive homer.
Reggie Jackson has the most consecutive at-bats with a HR in a World Series, with four, in four at-bats, over two games. There is a tie for the most consecutive at-bats with a HR in a single WS game- Ruth, Jackson, Puljos, Utley and Sandoval each have hit three HR in one game, and Ruth did it twice.
Mike Camerone of the Brewers hit 4 in a game, back to back to back to back!
The red sox hit 4 in a row against the yankees... I think it was them but there was like 5other teams that also hit 4 in a row
Red Sox with 4 with the 4th a walk off
"Back to Back" home runs is when two players in the batting order hit home runs in consecutive at bats.
Barry Bonds has the most career home runs with 762.
Rodriguez, Kaline, Horton - 1st inning, Tigers vs Yankees - June 27, 1972
Babe Ruth with 714 home runs
He holds the major league records for most home runs in a career (762) and most home runs in a season (73).
Babe Ruth is third on the all time home run list with 714 home runs.
Hank Aaron had the most home runs for a regular season.
Giancarlo Stanton holds the record for the most home runs in a Home Run Derby, hitting 61 home runs in the 2016 competition.
Barry Bonds has the most home runs in Major League Baseball (762).
In Major League Baseball, Barry Bonds has hit the most home runs.
Obviously Albert pujols
Most Home Runs by a Second BasemanThe player with the most home runs by a second baseman in the National League was Jeff Kent with 351 home runs. Kent played 17 years in the Major Leagues, and had a total of 377 career home runs.The player with the most home runs by a second baseman in the American League was Joe Gordon with 246 home runs. Gordon played 11 years in the Major Leagues, and had a total of 253 career home runs.