In a regular game it would have been the easiest of home runs.
Well, Freddie, there's plenty of tobacco left in this shop, so you can come in whenever the old tobacco box at home runs out.
Yet, with this handicap, the noble old slugger held the record for home runs in the Tall Grass League.
He topped the record for home runs last season, and by the way hes starting in this year hell do it again.
Home runs rained from his bat in the games with the Brooklyns, the Bostons and the Phillies.
In one season he accumulated twenty-nine home runs, which was a record for the major leagues.
In three games of the winning streak he had made two home runs in a single game.
Home runs became again a common feature, and the Giants started in joyously on a new upward climb.
In the four games he made three home runs, and two of them were lined out when there were men on bases.
Accordingly he made fifty-four home runs last season and earned over one hundred thousand dollars.