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Dodgers History: Shawn Green Set MLB Record 14 Years Ago Today | VIDEO

On this day in Los Angeles Dodgers history outfielder Shawn Green set an MLB record back on May 23, 2002. The Dodgers faced the Milwaukee Brewers and Green went 6-for-6, notched four home runs and set a single-game MLB record with 19 total bases.

The Dodgers dominated the Brewers and went on to win that game 16-3. One fan took to social media posting the following photo on twitter:

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Green played 15 years in the Majors and hit 328 home runs and 1,070 RBIs. Watch Green set the record below:

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