Australia recovered from 55 for 3 to amass 482 for 5 on that first day against South Africa in Adelaide in November 2012, with David Warner and Mike Hussey scoring centuries, and Michael Clarke going on to 230 the next day.
You're right that Shahid Afridi finished up close to bowling milestones in all three international formats: he took 395 wickets in one-day internationals, 98 in T20Is, and 48 in Test matches. Derek Underwood took 297 Test wickets, the same number Ishant Sharma currently has, while Kagiso Rabada has 197, Josh Hazlewood 195 and Kemar Roach 193.
The remarkable all-round sportsman CB Fry once equalled the world record for the long jump, while at Oxford University in 1893, but he doesn't seem to have branched out into what was more usually called the "hop, step and jump" back then.
Xavier Marshall reappeared for the United States in April 2019, ten years and 110 days after his previous ODI, for West Indies. There are only four players with longer gaps between one-day international appearances. Another West Indian, Floyd Reifer, played no ODIs between February 1999 and a surprise recall as captain in the middle of a contracts dispute in July 2009. The Hampshire offspinner Shaun Udal reappeared for England in 2005, more than ten years after his previous ODI, and fast bowler Anderson Cummins, who had played the last of his 63 ODIs for West Indies in December 1995, popped up for Canada before the 2007 World Cup, when he was nearly 41. But the leader on this particular list is the New Zealand allrounder Jeff Wilson, who went 11 years 331 days between ODI appearances in 1992-93 and 2004-05. In the interim he had carved out a very successful rugby union career with New Zealand's All Blacks. Wilson had missed 271 matches and Reifer 254.
Vasant Raiji, who died last week aged 100, did play for both Bombay and Baroda - he scored 68 and 53 for Baroda against Maharashtra in Poona (now Pune) in December 1944 - but was probably better known as a cricket writer. He produced sought-after books on Ranjitsinhji, CK Nayudu and Victor Trumper, among many others.
Steven Lynch is the editor of the updated edition of Wisden on the Ashes