Since 1974*, B-R's Event Index finds four World Series relievers who allowed a multi-run HR on their first pitch of the game:
|Date 6||Series||Gm#||Pitcher||Tm||Opp||Batter||Score||Inn||RoB||Out||Pit(cnt)||R||WPA||RE24||LI||Play Description|
|2011-10-23||WS||4||Mitchell Boggs||STL||@TEX||Mike Napoli||down 0-1||b6||12-||1||1 (0-0)||3||-0.17||-2.33||1.77||Home Run (Fly Ball to Deep LF Line); Cruz Scores; Murphy Scores|
|2007-10-27||WS||3||Hideki Okajima||BOS||@COL||Matt Holliday||ahead 6-2||b7||1-3||0||1 (0-0)||3||-0.18||-1.65||2.14||Home Run (Fly Ball); Matsui Scores; Tulowitzki Scores|
|2005-10-23||WS||2||Chad Qualls||HOU||@CHW||Paul Konerko||ahead 4-2||b7||123||2||1 (0-0)||4||-0.58||-3.31||5.22||Home Run (Fly Ball); Uribe Scores; Iguchi Scores; Dye Scores|
|1987-10-24||WS||6||Ken Dayley||STL||@MIN||Kent Hrbek||down 5-6||b6||123||2||1 (0-0)||4||-0.22||-3.30||2.64||Home Run (Line Drive to Deep CF); Gagne Scores; Puckett Scores; Baylor Scores|
* These 4 events are not presented as a comprehensive list. WS pitch-count data are not consistently available before 1974, and there are scattered outages even in the years when we should have them (e.g., 1999).
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