? Mike Schmidt may again lead the majors in home runs—he has 35. Besides, he hasn't made an error since Aug. 2, hasn't made an error at third base on the road since April 27 and has had only eight errors all season—two of them at first base.
?The Giants' Bob Brenly, on the other hand, made four errors at third in the fourth inning on Sunday, tying the record set by Lewis Whistler in 1891 and tied by James Burke in 1901. Brenly went on to hit two homers and drive in four runs in the Giants' 7-6 victory over Atlanta.