Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton tied an MLB record with four home runs in a 5-for-5 night against the Orioles. In the 16th four-homer performance in major league history, Hamilton belted four 2-run homers and also doubled in the fifth inning. Hamilton is the first player since Sept. 25, 2003 to accomplish the feat; Carlos Delgado had four against Tampa Bay. With 18 total bases in the game, Hamilton set a new team and American League record. Hamilton's eight RBIs are a career best. Hamilton has a .403 batting average, 14 home runs and 36 RBIs this season.
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