Wilson, Gibson, Ryan flood MLB record books
Sept. 27, 1930
On the same day that Bobby Jones is making golf history by completing the Grand Slam, Chicago Cubs slugger Hack Wilson is making some history of his own. When Wilson hacks two homers, he extends his National League record to 56 for the season.
In the fourth inning of the Cubs' 13-8 victory, Wilson hits a two-run homer off Ray Kolp into the left-center bleachers at Wrigley Field, below the end of the scoreboard. In his next at-bat in the sixth, the Cubs' ...
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