May 4, 1966
In a 6-1 victory over L.A. at Candlestick Park, Willie Mays becomes the all-time National League home run leader as he strokes his 512th career round-tripper off Dodger starter Claude Osteen.

May 4, 1966
In a 6-1 victory over L.A. at Candlestick Park, Willie Mays becomes the all-time National League home run leader as he strokes his 512th career round-tripper off Dodger starter Claude Osteen.