On May 30, 1902, Roger Bresnahan hit two inside the park home runs during a game with Baltimore of the American League. On June 6, 1904, Bresnahan became the first player with two inside the park home runs during a game from each league when he belted two with New York of the National League.
Due to the lack of records a top one-hundred list is very challenging, but we are pleased to present a top twenty list where each player hit more than twenty-three career inside the park home runs:
The last player from the American League to connect twice with inside the park home runs during the same game was Greg Gagne of the Minnesota Twins on October 4, 1986. The last player from the National League was Hank Thompson of the New York Giants on August 16, 1950.