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ANNIVERSARY
Robert Creamer
September 12, 1955
Thirty-one years ago this week against Brooklyn, Sunny Jim Bottomley of the St. Louis Cardinals batted in 12 runs, still the top major league mark for a single game. The most red-faced Robin (Dodger) of all was Manager Wilbert Robinson, who had established the former record of 11 RBIs with the Baltimore Orioles in 1892. The Cardinal first baseman hammered out six hits, including a pair of homers, scored three runs in team's 17-3 victory.
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September 12, 1955

Anniversary

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Thirty-one years ago this week against Brooklyn, Sunny Jim Bottomley of the St. Louis Cardinals batted in 12 runs, still the top major league mark for a single game. The most red-faced Robin (Dodger) of all was Manager Wilbert Robinson, who had established the former record of 11 RBIs with the Baltimore Orioles in 1892. The Cardinal first baseman hammered out six hits, including a pair of homers, scored three runs in team's 17-3 victory.

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