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When you get to the lists of guys with multiple 3-HR games, the leaders are wall-to-wall from the absolute-great and highly-cromulent ranks (including guys like Dave Kingman and Joe Carter, who may not have done much else of undying value, but could certainly hit some HRs).
Four HR is a very interesting list to me, from the perspective of "signature" events. It's a mix of absolute greats (Gehrig, Mays, Schmidt), highly cromulent sluggers (Klein, Hodges, Adcock, Colavito, Horner, Green, Delgado, Hamilton) … and guys that you just have to see as flukes, like Pat Seerey and Mark Whiten. (Mike Cameron is somewhere between cromulent and fluke.)
Don't keep up with that modern crap. After the game tonight it's straight onto a stolen DVD of Nightmare Alley in order to keep up with the latest carny tricks.
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