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Mark McGwire blasts 4 Home Runs in a single game - Al Rosen hits for the cycle


McGwire surprised he wasn't the 1st to achieve the feat
The Mariner Moose were only able to collect 5 hits in yesterday's game against Oakland, but when 4 of them were home runs by Mark McGwire, it equaled a 7-2 victory. Mark launched a solo home run leading off the 2nd inning and then hit another solo shot in the 4th. He followed a two-out walk in the 6th with a 2-run homer. With two men on and one out in the 8th inning, he completed the perfect 4 for 4 day with his 4th homer. The 3 additional RBIs gave him all 7 of his team's RBIs in the contest.

Last season, Matt Kemp was the unlikely person to first accomplish the feat, as he finished the season with only 175 ABs. But McGwire fits the bill for this record a bit more cleanly as these 1st 4 HRs of the season for him gives him 304 for his career now.

Meanwhile, on the same day, Pittsburgh's Al Rosen hit for the cycle in a 12-2 victory over Milwaukee. Rosen also tallied 7 RBIs. He became the 2nd Jolly Roger player to accomplish the feat.

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End of Season Tasks

Congratulations to Victor Martinez for capturing Season 7's N.L. Rookie of the Year award.

Posted to Front Page as an FYI on my activities and progress...

DONE-1. Schedule the Wild card games.
DONE-2. Put Free Agents who played at least 1 game on the End of Season Free Agents.
DONE-3. Archive Stats.
DONE-4. Take screen shot of standings and power rankings.
DONE-5. Award All-Star stars.
DONE-6. Award MVP and Cy Young awards, Batting Champs, etc.
DONE-7. Determine interleague record to deterime World Series home field advantage.
DONE-8. Copy team stats to my spreadsheet.
DONE-9. Copy player stats to my spreadsheet.
DONE-10. Simulate playoff games (schedule according to rules).
DONE-11. Look for record team winning/losing streaks.
DONE-12. Look for record games via box scores (no-hitters, runs, combined runs, etc).
DONE-13. Get manager choices for playoff series MVPs - update spreadsheet with playoff results.
DONE-14. Update Team History (Pt1) of Lg History (team regular season records, playoff record).
DONE-15. Update interleague play section of League History.
DONE-16. Update Awards section of League History.
DONE-17. Update All-Star Team Selections section of League History.
DONE-18. Delete All-Star player cards.
DONE-19. Update Single Season Team Hitting Records section of League History.
DONE-20. Update Single Season Team Pitching Records section of League History.
DONE-21. Update Overall League Totals and Averages section of League History.
DONE-22. Update Playoffs section of League History.
DONE-23. Clear Playoff Compiled Stats.
DONE-24. Put player cards thru the shredder looking for individual records.
DONE-25. Find ROY candidates and create a poll.
DONE-26. Remove Rookie tags from players who have exceeded Rookie limits.
DONE-27. Update active players with new career averages.
DONE-28. Update Team History (Pt2) - manager records.
DONE-29. Clear Game Results.
DONE-30. Obtain keepers from owners and new player submissions.
DONE-31. Put non-keepers back in Free Agent pool.
DONE-32. Drawing to determine draft order.
DONE-33. Open Draft Room and put a poll up for potential live-draft dates.
DONE-34. Execute Live Draft(s).
DONE-35. Create 2015 MLB-based schedule.
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36. Update Team History (Pt2) - top players in team histories. Complete thru Baltimore
37. Determine postseason compiled stats for Seasons 1-7 - place Postseason Leaders on Lg History page.

Collins sparks 10-6 win for Aces

Eddie Collins's hot bat helped the Aces to a 10-6 win over the Southpaws. Collins collected 4 hits in the game. Willie Wilson of the Southpaws had 4 hits in the game. | Box

Alexander blanks New York with 6-0 shutout

New York is hoping not to see Pete Alexander again for a long while. Alexander went the distance, leading San Francisco to a 6-0 victory. | Box

Tesreau makes history, tosses no-hitter

Tesreau made history for the Paws last night, tossing a no-hitter against the Mariner Moose. Detroit won by a score of 3-0. | Box

Feller whiffs 9 in 4-2 win

Bob Feller struckout 9 Houston batters in a 4-2 win for the Sliders. | Box

Radbourn dominates, Bernie Brewers win 2-1

Old Hoss Radbourn was brilliant last night, allowing just 4 hits over 9 innings, leading the Bernie Brewers to a 2-1 win over the Homers. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

F. McGriff, Jolly Rogers .4005 HR13 RBI
L. Gehrig, Birds .3164 HR11 RBI
R. Smith, Baby Bears .4004 HR7 RBI
C. Keller, Birds .2864 HR8 RBI
M. Ramirez, Mariner Moose .4214 HR6 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

H. Stovey, Bernie Brewers 4 for 22 (.182)
S. Green, Mariner Moose 3 for 20 (.150)
J. Posada, Birds 1 for 20 (.050)
H. Duffy, Sluggerrrs 3 for 21 (.143)
J. Franco, Sluggerrrs 2 for 18 (.111)

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

F. McGriff, Jolly Rogers .4005 HR13 RBI
L. Gehrig, Birds .3164 HR11 RBI
R. Smith, Baby Bears .4004 HR7 RBI
C. Keller, Birds .2864 HR8 RBI
M. Ramirez, Mariner Moose .4214 HR6 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

H. Stovey, Bernie Brewers 4 for 22 (.182)
S. Green, Mariner Moose 3 for 20 (.150)
J. Posada, Birds 1 for 20 (.050)
H. Duffy, Sluggerrrs 3 for 21 (.143)
J. Franco, Sluggerrrs 2 for 18 (.111)

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