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CINCINNATI — When Scooter Gennett busts out of slumps, he really busts out.

The Reds utility player had the night of his career in Tuesday’s 13-1 win over St. Louis, becoming the 17th player in Major League history to hit four home runs in one game, going deep in the bottom of the eighth off John Brebbia to cap his feat.
Gennett on his four-homer game
Gennett on his four-homer game
Scooter Gennett talks being the 17th player in MLB history to crack four home runs in one game in a matchup vs. the Cardinals
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Gennett’s fourth homer gave him 10 RBIs on the night and capped a 5-for-5 effort. Gennett, who ended an 0-for-19 slump on Monday with the game-winning two-run double vs. the Cardinals, drove in the first five runs of Tuesday’s game.
• Rare feats: Four-homer games
Gennett, whose first homer of the night was a third-inning grand slam off Adam Wainwright, became the first player in Reds history with a four-homer game and the first in the Majors since Josh Hamilton did it in 2012. Gennett became just the second player in history with a grand slam as part of a four-homer game, joining Mark Whiten, who entered the history books as a member of the Cardinals against the Reds in 1993.
Gennett’s grand slam to right
Gennett’s grand slam to right
Scooter Gennett cranks a grand slam over the right-field wall to give the Reds a 5-0 lead in the bottom of the 3rd inning #PapaSlam
Gennett’s second and third homers of the night were hit in the fourth and sixth innings, respectively, off John Gant.
Gennett’s third HR of the night
Gennett’s third HR of the night
Scooter Gennett lifts an opposite-field solo home run to left, his third dinger of the game, giving the Reds an 11-0 advantage
Below is a list of the 16 other players in big league history to record a four-homer game:
Josh Hamilton, Texas, May 8, 2012
Carlos Delgado, Toronto, Sept. 25, 2003
Shawn Green, Los Angeles, May 23, 2002
Mike Cameron, Seattle, May 2, 2002
Mark Whiten, St. Louis, Sept. 7, 1993
Bob Horner, Atlanta, July 6, 1986
Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia, April 17, 1976
Willie Mays, San Francisco, April 30, 1961
Rocky Colavito, Cleveland, June 10, 1959
Joe Adcock, Milwaukee, July 31, 1954
Gil Hodges, Brooklyn , Aug. 31, 1950
Pat Seerey, Chicago, July 18, 1948
Chuck Klein, Philadelphia, July 10, 1936
Lou Gehrig, New York, June 3, 1932
Ed Delahanty, Philadelphia, July 13, 1896
Bobby Lowe, Boston, May 30, 1894