Cleveland catcher Kelly Shoppach picked up five extra base hits in the Indians' 14-12 loss in 13 innings to Detroit at Progressive Field, tying a major league record. Shoppach hit three doubles and two home runs.
Lou Boudreau was the only other AL player to pick up five extra base hits in a game, back in the first game of a doubleheader on July 14, 1946 against the Red Sox at Fenway Park.
Six NL players have had five extra base hits in a game, the most recent one being Shawn Green of the Dodgers who hit four home runs and a double against Milwaukee on May 23, 2002. (Green had a single as well in the game) One AA player, George Strief, also had a five extra base hit game back in 1885.