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New York Mets and Philadelphia

Ten different players launched home runs in the same game to set a new record in MLB. A total of 11 home runs by both teams in a game tied the mark of the National League. It is the only time that the first 7 batters in one line-up (NYM) all hit longballs in one contest. The Mets belted 8 homers and 15 extra-base hits in the game, both are new franchise records.
24 August 2015


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