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Sat, 1933-09-09

On September 9, 1933, Joe Hauser of the American Association’s Minneapolis Millers sets a professional record by hitting his 68th and 69th home runs. Hauser, who had hit 63 home runs with the minor league Baltimore Orioles in 1930, will never make the major leagues…


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