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Originally Published: August 23, 2007By Tim Kurkjian | ESPN The Magazine
It was one of the most amazing weeks in baseball history.We had a pitcher, Micah Owings, go 4-for-5 with a double, two home runs, four runs scored and six RBIs in one game, the first pitcher in 50 years to do that and the second Diamondback to have that kind of day; Shea Hillenbrand was the other in 2003. Owings became the first pitcher since Boston's Jim Tobin (who hit three homers in a game) in 1942 to record 11 bases in one game. Owings' home runs traveled a combined 861 feet. We ...
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