Career multi-homers games by Colorado Rockies OF Matt Holliday. In each of the four games, he hit both home runs off the same pitcher: Cards' Jason Marquis, Braves' Jorge Sosa, Jeff Suppan of the Cards and Phillies' Cory Lidle.
Starts for Texas Rangers' Kevin Millwood in which he has set or tied career highs for runs, hits or walks allowed. The latest was Tuesday against Minnesota, when he allowed by giving up nine in 1 1/3 innings in a 15-5 loss to Minnesota.
Pitches from White Sox knuckleballer Charlie Haeger that Angels hitters took to start the game before finally Haeger wound up throwing 113 pitches in 4 1/3 innings, allowing six runs on five hits and six walks, and was demoted afterwards.
Triples by Padres' Dave Roberts since the start of last season. He is second in the majors to Jose Reyes of the Mets, who has 23. Roberts, with six triples this year, is on pace to break Tony Gwynn's franchise record of 13.
Runs allowed by St. Louis Cardinals right-hander Jason Marquis in 22 2/3 innings this season. Marquis had won seven of his final eight decisions last season but now has lost four in a row in 2006.