#Padres History (1 of 4) -- Aug. 1, 1972: First baseman Nate Colbert hit five home runs and drove in 13 runs as the Padres swept a doubleheader in Atlanta. The five home runs tied a doubleheader record set by Hall of Famer Stan Musial in 1954 for the St. Louis (more)
#Padres History (1 of 4, cont) -- Cardinals. The 13 RBIs set a since-tied Major League record. Colbert was the first Padre to hit three home runs in a game. His 22 total bases are a still-standing Padres doubleheader along with the five homers and 13 RBIs.
We’ve been lucky enough to use some of Jerry’s photos in the past. Great shot of Jackson Merrill.
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