This Day in Giants History: August 24, 1935

Giants outfielder Hank Leiber ties the major league record with two homers during an 8-run‚ second-inning assault on the Cubs at the Polo Grounds. The Giants prevail, 9-4, as Carl Hubbell wins his 19th in relief. The Giants have not been out of first place since the start of the season‚ but will give up the top spot tomorrow when the Cubs beat them.

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