The Baltimore Orioles had the most multi-homer games with 18, followed by the Boston Red Sox, Houston Astros and Colorado Rockies with 15 while the Pittsburgh Pirates had the fewest in the majors with two. The team with the most players having a multi-homer game last season was the Astros with nine while the Cubs paced the N.L. with eight different players being credited with a two-homer game.
Major league home run leader Chris Davis of the Orioles had eight games with two home runs, the most in MLB. Lucas Duda of the Mets topped all N.L. hitters with seven multi-homer games. Other sluggers with five or more include Carlos Gonzalez, Rockies (6), Jose Bautista, Blue Jays (5), Mike Trout, Angels (5), Bryce Harper, Nationals (5) and Khris Davis, Brewers (5).
There were 11 players who hit three homers in a single contest in 2015. Those batters include Duda, Harper, Joey Votto, J.D. Martinez, Kendrys Morales, Adrian Gonzalez, Yoenis Cespedes, Kirk Nieuwenhuis, Alex Rodriguez, Jarrett Parker and Edwin Encarnacion.
Cespedes and Mark Trumbo were the only players to have a multi-homer game for two different teams. Cespedes did it for the Tigers and Mets, while Trumbo accomplished it with the Diamondbacks and Mariners.
The single-season record for most multi-homer games in a season is 11 established by Hank Greenberg of the Tigers in 1938 and matched by Sammy Sosa of the Cubs in 1998.
Listed below are all the players who had a multi-homer game in 2015 by club.