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With the Mets and Phillies having already hit 7 homeruns between them, and it’s only the 6th inning, it seems appropriate to ask…

Assuming the Mets and Philles don’t break it tonight, which two teams combined to set the major league record for most home runs hit in a single 9-inning game, and how many did they hit?

ANSWER: Detroit Tigers and Chicago White Sox, 12 homeruns on May 28, 1995.

6 Responses to “Trivia Time!”

  1. phillies and cubs….the number i will guess is 13

  2. Nick Kapur says:

    I guess this one was too hard. On May 28, 1995, the Detroit Tigers and Chicago White Sox combined for 12 homers, the highest combined total in a single game.

  3. Willy Wonka Park

  4. Weegman

  5. Coley Ward says:

    Lance, you are wise. Weegman is correct.

  6. Wasn’t Dan going to be the trivia guru?

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