Tonight, nobody cares that Josh Hamilton hasn't played more than 135 games but once in his career. Nobody cares that his past alcohol and drug abuse may shorten the career of one of the most talented players of his generation.
Tonight, May 8, 2012, Josh Hamilton is just the 16th player in major league history to hit four home runs in a single game—and just the fifth since 1986.
Fun fact about the accomplishment: Three of the last four occurrences have been in the month of May, but before that, it hadn't been done in May since Bobby Lowe became the first player ever to hit four jacks in a game on May 30, 1894.
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