This day in baseball

On October 9, 1894, Jack Manning of the Philadelphia Quakers (Phillies) became the first player in franchise history to hit three home runs in a single game.  The outfielder accomplished the feat in an 11-7 loss to the White Stockings at Chicago’s Lake Front Park.

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Jack Manning (Wikipedia)


2 Comments on “This day in baseball”

  1. wkkortas says:

    Look at that melon–dude was clearly juicing.


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