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Some articles on home, career, career home:

New York Mets - Franchise History
... two years of its existence, the team played its home games at the historic Polo Grounds in Upper Manhattan ... after Yadier Molina’s game-winning two-run home run in the top of the ninth inning. 7 of the 2006 National League Championship Series, but lost on a 9th inning home run by Yadier Molina ...
Jim Thome - MLB Career - Minnesota Twins (2010–2011)
... April 12, 2010, Thome, for the third time in his career, was a part of an organization that celebrated the grand opening of a new home stadium ... He hit his first home run with the Twins on April 8, during the Twins' season-opening road trip. 19, Thome returned to his former team, the Phillies, and hit a pinch hit game winning home run in the 11th inning off of Danys Baez ...
1974 Major League Baseball Season
... April 8, when Hank Aaron of the Atlanta Braves blasted his 715th career home run, breaking the all-time career home run mark of 714 set by Babe Ruth ... Aaron would finish his career with 755 home runs, a record that would stand until Barry Bonds broke it in 2007 ...
Ted Williams - Baseball Career - 1952–1955
... Sox went on to win 5-3 thanks to a two-run home run by Williams in the seventh inning ... his first game back, garnering a large ovation from the crowd and hitting a home run in the eighth inning ... In the season, Williams ended up hitting.407 with 13 home runs and 34 RBIs in 37 games and 110 at bats ...

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