Rennie Stennett, left, and San Francisco Giants' Brandon Crawford chat about the NL record they share before the start of a baseball game, Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2016, in Miami. Crawford tied the record with seven hits in Monday's 14-inning victory in Miami,
Steve Wine
August 10, 2016

MIAMI (AP) The National League's only living seven-hit men met Wednesday.

Rennie Stennett visited Marlins Park so he could congratulate San Francisco Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford, who had seven hits in Monday's 14-inning victory at Miami.

The seven-hit game was the first since Stennett went 7 for 7 for the Pittsburgh Pirates at Wrigley Field in 1975.

''It was cool to meet him,'' Crawford said. ''We talked about the game he had a little bit and how he'll never forget it. I said, `I'm sure I won't either.'''

Crawford and Stennett shook hands and posed for photos on the field before the final game of the Giants-Marlins series.

Stennett, 65, was a .274 hitter in 11 seasons with the Pirates and Giants. He lives in South Florida.

''I feel good just being remembered,'' he said.

The only other NL player with a seven-hit game was Baltimore's Wilbert Robinson in 1892. The major league record is nine hits by Cleveland's Johnny Burnett in 1932.

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