Inside-the-park home run

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In baseball, an inside-the-park home run is a play where a batter hits a home run without hitting the ball out of the field of play.wikipedia
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Home run

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In baseball, an inside-the-park home run is a play where a batter hits a home run without hitting the ball out of the field of play.
There is also the "inside-the-park" home run where the batter reaches home safely while the baseball is in play on the field.

Jesse Burkett

Burkett holds the record for the most inside-the-park home runs in MLB history, with 55.

Ty Cobb

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Although he performed poorly in the postseason, he won the Triple Crown by hitting .377 with 107 RBI and nine home runs, all inside the park, thus becoming the only player of the modern era to lead his league in home runs in a season without hitting a ball over the fence.

2015 World Series

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Sometimes (such as Alcides Escobar's inside-the-park homer in the 2015 World Series), the outfielder misjudges the ball or otherwise misplays it, but not so badly that an error is charged.
On the first pitch thrown by Harvey, Alcides Escobar hit an inside-the-park home run, the first in a World Series game since Mule Haas in the 1929 World Series, and the first hit by a leadoff batter since Patsy Dougherty did it for the Boston Americans in the 1903 World Series.

Casey Stengel

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There, he learned much about baseball from the manager, John McGraw, and had some of the glorious moments in his career, such as hitting an inside-the-park home run in Game 1 of the 1923 World Series to defeat the Yankees.

Baseball

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In baseball, an inside-the-park home run is a play where a batter hits a home run without hitting the ball out of the field of play.
These variations can make the difference between a double and a triple or inside-the-park home run.

Tommy Leach

Each one was of the inside-the-park variety, which was not unusual in the "dead-ball era".

Sam Crawford

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He still holds the major league records for triples in a career (309) and inside-the-park home runs in a season (12).

Patsy Dougherty

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In Game 2 of the 1903 World Series, the first modern World Series, Dougherty became the first player to accomplish several feats; he became the first Boston player to hit a World Series home run, the first player to hit two home runs in a single World Series game, and the first player to hit a leadoff inside-the-park home run in a World Series game (a feat not matched until the 2015 World Series, by Alcides Escobar of the Kansas City Royals in Game 1).

1929 World Series

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The Cubs were further humiliated in the middle of that record rally when center fielder Hack Wilson lost Mule Haas's fly ball in the sun for a fluke three-run inside-the-park home run, bringing the A's to within a run at 8–7.

Walk-off home run

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Of the 29 home runs, only Roberto Clemente's was hit inside the park, at spacious Forbes Field on July 25, 1956.

Tommy Thevenow

He hit two home runs in 1926, both inside-the-park home runs, and then never hit another home run in his next 12 seasons, setting a major league record of 3,347 consecutive at bats without a home run.

Alcides Escobar

Sometimes (such as Alcides Escobar's inside-the-park homer in the 2015 World Series), the outfielder misjudges the ball or otherwise misplays it, but not so badly that an error is charged.
In Game 1 of the 2015 World Series, Escobar hit an inside-the-park home run on the first pitch thrown by the New York Mets' Matt Harvey.

1903 World Series

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The Americans' Patsy Dougherty led off the Boston scoring with an inside-the-park home run, the first time a lead-off batter did just that until Alcides Escobar of the Kansas City Royals duplicated the feat in the 2015 World Series, 112 years later.

Grand slam (baseball)

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Roberto Clemente is the only player to have hit a walk-off inside-the-park grand slam in a one-run victory; when the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the Chicago Cubs 9–8 on July 25, 1956 at Forbes Field, a park known for its spacious outfield.

Roberto Clemente

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The following season, on July 25, 1956 in Forbes Field, Clemente hit the only documented walk-off, inside-the-park grand slam in modern MLB play.

Willie Wilson (baseball)

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For his career, Wilson hit 13 inside-the-park home runs, the most of any major league player playing after 1950.

Tom McCreery

On July 12, he hit three inside-the-park home runs, becoming the only player in major league history to hit three inside-homers in a single game.

2007 Major League Baseball All-Star Game

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Ichiro Suzuki won the MVP award for the game for hitting the first inside-the-park home run in All-Star history.

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He was a ten-time MLB All-Star and won the 2007 All-Star Game MVP Award for a three-hit performance that included the event's first-ever inside-the-park home run.

Forbes Field

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With such a large outfield space, triples and inside-the-park home runs were common.

Greg Gagne (baseball)

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On October 4, 1986 during a Twins' home game at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, Gagne tied a modern-era major league record by hitting two inside-the-park home runs against the Chicago White Sox.

1926 World Series

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Jones gave up an inside-the-park home run to Thevenow.

Mule Haas

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In Game Four at Philadelphia, as the Athletics trailed 8–0 in the seventh inning, Haas hit a three-run inside-the-park home run as the Athletics rallied by scoring 10 runs in the inning to win, 10–8.

Oracle Park

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It is 421 ft. Triples Alley is also infamous for bad bounces, most notably when Ichiro Suzuki hit the first-ever inside-the-park home run in an All-Star Game by lining the ball off one of the archways and sideways past the outfielders.