This day in baseball: Double trouble

On August 25, 1936, the Boston Braves established a Major League record by hitting seven doubles in a single inning against the Cardinals.  Taking place in the first inning, the attack of doubles led the Braves to a 20-3 victory at Sportsman’s Park in St. Louis.

Sportsman’s Park (ballparks.com)


4 Comments on “This day in baseball: Double trouble”

  1. Our SF Giants and Oakland A’s will buy some of these two-baggers, if possible.


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