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Bob P
June 11, 2003
The Cubs and Mets combined for 11 home runs in this game, seven by the Cubs. At that time the eleven homers tied a major league record. I'm not sure if that record still stands.

Feat Fan
March 22, 2004
This game was a donnybrook with Adolpho Phillips crashing three home runs!

Originally scheduled as a single game, this became the back end of a Sunday doubleheader after Saturday's wash out.

In that game, Tommy Davis homered to left field off the Cubs Bill Hands to lead off the second inning of a game in Chicago. The Saturday afternoon game was rained out after four innings.

Great when the wind blows at Wrigley!

Bob Immerman
September 25, 2015
This is what I loved about baseball as a seven year old Mets fan. Sunday doubleheaders! Game two of this one was a classic even though the Mets lost. I don't know if Adolpho Phillips ever had a better day as a pro, but to my mind that day I thought he was going to go to the Hall of Fame. Probably the first game I ever watched on TV from Wrigley Field. I was hooked!

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