Minor Leaguers with 4 or more Home Runs in a game

From BR Bullpen

Date Player Team League Opponent HR Notes
1889-06-08 Jack Crooks Omaha Western St. Paul 5 Also had a single
1892-05-31 Dan Cronin Pawtucket New England Salem 4
1894-05-30 Buck Freeman Haverhill New England Pawtucket 4 1 IPHR, 13 RBI; 2 HRs next game
1895-05-12 Bill Bottenus Buffalo Eastern Wilkes-Barre 4
1895-05-28 Hercules Burnett Evansville Southern Association Memphis 4
1895-06-11 Bill Kuehne Minneapolis Western Indianapolis 4
1895-07-23 Perry Werden Minneapolis Western Detroit 4
1902-06-15 Nig Clarke Corsicana Texas Texarkana 8 Game played in Ennis, TX, away from Corsicana's
home park to avoid blue laws
1903-05-14 Henry Bateman Paris Texas Corsicana 4 Also had a triple
1913-09-09 Waldo Jackley Ironton Ohio State Hamilton 4
1919-06-24 High Pockets Kelly Rochester International Reading 4 Also had a double, 9 RBI
1920-08-31 Frank Askland Mitchell South Dakota Wessington Springs 4
1923-05-11 Pete Schneider Vernon Pacific Coast Salt Lake City 5 2 grand slams, 2 HR in 7th inning; 14 RBI
1923-08-09 John Gillespie Bridgeport Eastern Springfield 4 Only pitcher with 4 HR. Had game-winning
HR in 10th inning
1924-07-19 Bud Davis Okmulgee Western Association Springfield 4 9 RBI
1925-07-15 Earl Waltz Waynesboro Blue Ridge Martinsburg 4
1926-05-17 Ben Mallonee Richmond Virginia Portsmouth 4 Homered in two previous games, and next one as well
1926-07-14 Al Maderas Quincy Three-I Springfield 4
1927-07-17 Clay Hopper Danville Three-I Quincy 4
1928-06-11 Tommie Harris Midland West Texas Hamlin 4
1930-05-13 Walter Holke Hazleton NY-Penn Scranton 4
1930-06-08 Ken Strong Hazleton NY-Penn Wilkes-Barre 4
1932-06-01 Buzz Arlett Baltimore International Reading 4
1932-07-04 Buzz Arlett Baltimore International Reading 4
1934-05-31 Lou Frierson Jacksonville West Dixie Paris 5 8 RBI
1935-06-14 Dale Alexander Kansas City American Association Minneapolis 4
1936-04-29 Cecil Dunn Alexandria Evangeline Lake Charles 5 Also had a single and 12 RBI
1936-06-15 Tip Tobin Marshall East Texas Jacksonville 4 8 RBI
1936-08-24 Taylor Sanford Danville Bi-State Mayodan 4
1938-05-06 Bob Seeds Newark International Buffalo 4 Hit HRs in 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th inning.
Also hit 3 in next game
1938-08-13 Mel Wasley Duluth Northern Fargo-Moorhead 4
1940-07-04 Ab Wright Minneapolis American Association St. Paul 4 Also had a triple and 7 RBI
1940-07-08 Babe Paul Muskogee Western Association Joplin 4
1945-09-03 Bill Hart St. Paul American Association Minneapolis 4
1946-05-03 Ken Rhyne Moultrie Georgia-Florida Thomasville 4
1947-05-02 Ken Myers Las Vegas Sunset Ontario 4
1947-05-09 Ross Morrow Mooresville North Carolina State Concord 4
1947-06-01 Philip Alotta Reno Sunset Ontario 4 9 RBI
1947-06-01 Vince Pascale Reno Sunset Ontario 4 6 RBI
1947-09-05 Frank Carswell Paris Big State Austin 4 Two in 2nd inning
1948-05-18 Floyd Yount Newton-Conover Western Carolina Lincolnton 4
1948-06-30 Len Attyd Alburquerque West Texas-New Mexico Lamesa 4
1948-07-03 Dick Lane Muskegon Central League Fort Wayne 5 Also a single and 10 RBI
1948-08-28 Joe Fortin Pampa West Texas-New Mexico Lamesa 4
1948-09-03 Leonard Cross Spartanburg Tri-State League Asheville 4 Also 3 singles and 12 RBI
1949-07-27 Silvio DiMenna Petersburg Virginia Hopewell 4
1949-08-15 Jack Littrell Hornell PONY Olean 4
1949-08-29 Pud Miller Lamesa West Texas-New Mexico Borger 4
1949-08-31 Jim Warner Wenatchee Chiefs Western International Salem 4 9 RBI
1949-09-10 Dixie Upright Waco Big State Wichita Falls 4 6 RBI; playoff game
1951-04-13 Miguel Gaspar Laredo Gulf Coast Texas City 4
1953-04-04 Ted Beard Hollywood Pacific Coast San Diego 4
1953-04-20 Jerry Crosby Colorado Springs Western Pueblo 4 1st HR was hit right-handed, rest left-handed
1953-08-03 Dolph Regelsky Meridian Cotton States Hot Springs 4 Also had a single and 7 RBI
1954-05-20 Jim Moore Crowley Evangeline Lafayette 4 Also had a single and 6 RBI
1954-08-06 Bill Miller Hazlehurst-Baxley Georgia State Statesboro 4
1954-09-01 Joe Bauman Roswell Longhorn Sweetwater 4 Also had a double and 9 RBI
1955-05-22 Edwin Little Corpus Christi Big State Waco 4 8 RBI
1955-07-04 Paul Mohr Amarillo West Texas-New Mexico Clovis 4 11 RBI
1955-07-19 Jim Lemon League All-Stars Southern Association Birmingham 4 7 RBI; All-Star Game
1955-08-12 Sonny Tims Lubbock West Texas-New Mexico Pampa 4 7 RBI
1955-08-21 Jodie Beeler Amarillo West Texas-New Mexico Plainview 4 6 RBI; 2nd game of DH; hit two HR in first game
1956-07-14 Danny Ozark Wichita Falls Big State Beaumont 4
1956-08-27 Curt Roberts Columbus International Havana 4 6 RBI; 7 inning game
1957-06-13 Guillermo Nunez Fresnillo Central Mexican Durango Alacranes 4
1959-06-13 Bobby Smith Clinton Midwest Dubuque 4 11 RBI
1961-05-29 Al Nagel Ardmore Texas Amarillo 4
1961-06-25 Don DiChiara Jamestown NY-Penn Batavia 4
1962-08-20 Charlie Dees El Paso Texas Amarillo 4
1969-07-01 George Kalafatis Montgomery Southern Birmingham 4
1977-06-09 Randy Bass Tacoma Pacific Coast Phoenix 4
1977-07-14 Gene Locklear Syracuse International Columbus 4
1978-06-24 Mike Bishop Quad Cities Midwest Wausau 4
1979-07-15 Scott Fletcher Geneva NY-Penn Utica 4 8 RBI
1980-06-18 Tom Brunansky El Paso Texas Midland 4
1982-07-06 Dave Clements Erie NY-Penn Batavia 4
1983-06-02 Franklin Stubbs Albuquerque Pacific Coast Phoenix 4 2 in 2nd inning; 7 RBI
1985-05-14 Derek Bryant Tampico Mexican 4
1987-06-09 Wade Rowdon Iowa American Association Louisville 4
1988-05-20 Pat Garman Gastonia South Atlantic Myrtle Beach 4
1988-05-25 Matt Williams Phoenix Pacific Coast Albuquerque 4 6 RBI
1991-04-24 Roy Johnson Campeche Mexican Aguascalientes 4
1996-06-20 Corey Parker Bangor Northeast Rhode Island 4
1997-05-21 J.R. Phillips New Orleans Zephyrs American Association Omaha 4
1997-08-09 Bubba Trammell Toledo International Richmond 4
1998-04-22 Eddie Williams Las Vegas Pacific Coast Calgary 4
1998-07-27 Tyrone Horne Arkansas Texas San Antonio 4 HR cycle: solo, 2-run, 3-run and grand slam
1999-09-13 Eric Battersby Burlington Midwest Kane County 4 6 RBI; playoff game
2000-05-19 Miguel Ojeda Mexico City Mexican Monclova 4 8 RBI
2000-06-21 Harry Berrios Fargo-Moorhead Northern Schaumburg 4
2000-08-08 Ryan Jones Winnipeg Northern Sioux Falls 4
2001-08-19 Lew Ford New Britain Eastern Binghamton 4
2002-04-20 Tony Mongeluzzo Savannah South Atlantic Asheville 4
2002-07-14 Garrett Jones Quad Cities Midwest Kane Cougar 4
2004-06-28 Brandon Cashman Spokane Northwest Everett 4 9 RBI
2005-06-28 Ricardo Saenz Monclova Mexican Aguascalientes 4
2005-10-10 Brandon Wood Surprise Arizona Fall Grand Canyon 4
2006-05-13 Jorge Alberto Vazquez Angelopolis Mexican Tabasco 4
2006-06-18 Jesse Hoorelbeke Fargo-Moorhead Northern Edmonton 4 8 RBI
2006-07-28 Ryan Harvey Daytona Florida State Clearwater 4 6 RBI
2006-08-07 Alexis Gomez Toledo International Columbus 4
2007-05-19 Aaron Bates Lancaster California Lake Elsinore 4 Also had a single and 6 RBI
2007-06-23 Brad Correll Lancaster California High Desert 4 8 RBI
2008-08-09 Micah Hoffpauir Iowa Pacific Coast Round Rock 4
2011-05-14 Michael Aubrey Syracuse international Durham 4
2013-06-10 Javier Baez Daytona Florida State Fort Myers 4 7 RBI
2014-05-21 Jon Griffin Mobile Southern Tennessee 4 7 RBI
2014-05-25 Mike Ford Charleston South Atlantic Hickory 4
2019-04-18 Will Benson Lake County Midwest South Bend 4 8 RBI
2019-05-20 Yasmany Tomas Reno Pacific Coast Tacoma 4 8 RBI