Dusty Baker, in 1977, was sitting on 29 home runs on the last day of the season.
No MLB team had ever featured four players with 30 or more home runs in a season -- and three of Baker's fellow Los Angeles Dodgers sluggers had already hit their 30th long balls. In the sixth inning, Baker launched a fence-clearing shot off the Houston Astros' J.R. Richard. As Baker crossed home plate and headed toward the dugout, teammate Glenn Burke had his hand up in the air while waiting on deck. And what did Baker do?