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April 21, 1971 > For the second time in 11 days, Pittsburgh slugger Willie Stargell connects for three home runs in one game. Stargell will go on to have one of the biggest seasons in his Hall of Fame career, leading the National League with 48 long balls and finishing second with 125 RBIs.