1963 — The Cleveland Indians become the first American League club to hit four straight home runs and in unlikely fashion. No. 8 hitter Woody Held hits a two-out homer off Paul Foytack, pitcher Pedro Ramos follows with his second homer of the game and Tito Francona and Larry Brown’s first major league homer finish the string. Foytack is the only major league pitcher to give up four straight home runs.
View of Cleveland Indians baseball teams in 1963: Front Row: Hector Cardenas, Mike de la Hoz, Gordon Seyfried, Bob Lipski, Vic Davalillo, Tony Martinez, Billy Consolo, Millie Tasby, Gordon Lund, Tommy Agee, Milt-Swift, Jack Curtis, Max Alvis. Second Row: Fred Whitfield, Enrique Gazmuri, Jim Grant, Pedro Ramos, Dave Tyriver, Elmer Valo, coach; George Strickland, coach; Birdie Tebbetts, manager; Mel Harder, coach; Ray Dabek, spring training coach; John Romano, Lee Green, Tito Francona, Woodie Held, Charlie Morris, traveling secretary. Third Row: Nate Wallack, public relations director; Ron Krauza, equipment manager; Wallie Bock, trainer; Gary Bell; Georges Maranda, Bob Allen, Gene Green, Jerry Walker, Hal Jones, Jerry Kindall, Ty Ckine, John spring training coach: Bill Cooper, spring assistant trainer. Fourth Row: Barry Latman, Doc Edwards, Floyd Weaver, Ron Nischwitz, Bill Dailey, Casey Cox, Walter Bond, Joe Adcock, Sam McDowell, Dick Donovan, Jim Perry, Macon Lowe, Tommy John, Joe Schaffernoth, Sonny Siebert, Steve Hargan. (AP Photo/EW)