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  • Who has hit the most home runs off of one pitcher?

    Try naming the top five...

  • #2
    Mays off Spahn?
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Bobcat View Post
      Try naming the top five...
      #1 is Duke Snider with 19 homers against Robin Roberts.
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      • #4
        Most Homers continued....

        Duke Snider hit 19 home runs off of Robin Roberts. Next is Willie Mays with 18 off of Warren Spahn, including his 1st career home run.

        Next is:

        Hank Aaron with 17 off of Don Dysdale
        Stan Musial with 17 off of Warren Spahn
        Babe Ruth with 17 off of Rube Walberg

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Bobcat View Post
          Duke Snider hit 19 home runs off of Robin Roberts. Next is Willie Mays with 18 off of Warren Spahn, including his 1st career home run.
          ... and I just LOVE the quote from Spahn about Willie:

          "He was something like zero for twenty-one the first time I saw him. His first major league hit was a home run off me and I'll never forgive myself. We might have gotten rid of Willie forever if I'd only struck him out."


          "I can see how he won twenty-five games. What I don't understand is how he lost five." - Yogi Berra on Sandy Koufax's 1963 season.

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