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May 27th 1990 Rick Reuschel joins an elite club.

Written by Bruce Weirauch

May 27, 1990 Along with Frank Tanana, former Cub and current Giants’ hurler Rick Reuschel becomes only one of two pitchers to give up a homer to Hank Aaron and Barry Bonds, the two future all-time major league home run kings, when the 25 year-old Buc slugger takes him deep in the team’s 5-2 loss to the Pirates at Three Rivers Stadium. On June 16, 1973, while pitching for the Cubs in his sophomore season, the right-hander Rick Reuschel gave up the 691st of 755 career round-trippers blasted by Bad Henry.

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