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September 16, 1975 > Rennie Stennett of the Pittsburgh Pirates goes 7-for-7 and scores five runs in a 22-0 shellacking of the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field. The Pirates' second baseman joins Wilbert Robinson of the 1892 Baltimore Orioles as the only players in Major League history to go 7-for-7 in a nine-inning game.