Apr. 26, 1962 - The Los Angeles Dodgers hit four homers today, two of them by Willie Davis (pictured), and defeated the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field, 12-5. The Cubs made six errors. Davis, who had singled in the fourth, followed with solo homers in the sixth and seventh. He has five homers this season. Frank Howard’s out-of-the-park smash, his second of the season, drove in two runs during a three-run fifth. The Dodgers’ 14-hit attack against four pitchers also was highlighted by Daryl Spencer’s first homer, Tommy Davis’s triple, double and single, and Wally Moon’s three singles.