Mike Cameron’s Four-Homer Game in 2002

Here’s the Seattle Post-Intelligencer’s picture of Cameron squaring up on one of his four homers in a May 2, 2002 game vs. the White Sox in Comiskey Park II:

And a shot of Cameron watching it fly away:

A graphic of Cameron and Bret Boone’s first-inning homers:

And a graphic of Cameron and Bret Boone’s second first-inning homers: they set a record by becoming the first MLB hitters to hit homers twice, back-to-back, in the same inning:

A Cameron quote: “It was just one of those days. If I could compare it to anything, it was like MJ (Michael Jordan) when he hit the six 3s against Portland and he just shrugged his shoulders. That’s what I told guys on the bench, I don’t know. I’m just putting a good swing on the ball.

“Guess another asterisk goes by my name besides being traded for Ken Griffey Jr. It’s very special, man. I’m still living the moment. I just felt like I was the king of the hill today.”

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