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In 1923, Vernon's Pete Schneider drove in 14 runs in a 35-11 win. (Courtesy of Mark McCrae)
Friday, May 11, 1923
Establishing several Pacific Coast League marks, Vernon Tigers outfielder Pete Schneider hit five home runs and a double to drive in 14 runs in a 35-11 rout of the Salt Lake City Bees.

In his final at-bat, Schneider lined a double off the center-field fence, missing a sixth homer by two feet.

Friday, May 11, 2012
George Springer homered in his final at-bat of the first game of a doubleheader, then opened the nightcap with longballs in his first three at-bats. He finished with seven RBIs as the Lancaster JetHawks swept a pair of games from the Lake Elsinore Storm. More >
Saturday, May 11, 2013
Matt Fields, who began the game at first base for Northwest Arkansas, hit his ninth homer of the season and allowed one run over three innings to earn the win as the Naturals outlasted host Springfield, 5-4, in 20 innings. At five hours and 38 minutes, it was the longest game in both teams' histories. More >