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The following are the events that happened world-wide throughout the sport of baseball.

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February

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May

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June

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July

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August

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September

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October

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November

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December

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Sources


1800sEdit

1900sEdit

  • 1906 - The Chicago Cubs, now in first place again, score 11 runs in the first inning off Christy Mathewson and Joe McGinnity en route to a 19–0 humiliating defeat on the New York Giants. Mathewson gives up six walks and McGinnity leaves after the second inning. Jack Pfiester allows just three hits as he coasts to the win, the worst beating in Giants franchise history.

1910sEdit

  • 1910 - In his major league debut, Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Eddie Stack stops the Chicago Cubs 1–0 on three hits. The Cubs sold Stack to the Phillies on May 26. He will pitch three complete-game victories between the 14th and 22nd, but will end the year with a 6-7 record.
  • 1911:
    • After two years on the vaudeville circuit with his wife Mabel Hite, and occasional sojourns to jail for drunkenness and assault, Turkey Mike Donlin is reinstated by the National Commission as he rejoins the Giants. Donlin doesn't play on June 7, but Pirates pitchers have the Giants hitting the ball on the ground all day. The Pirates have 55 total chances on a record 28 assists and 27 putouts, but seven errors help the Giants to a 9–4 win. Meanwhile, John McGraw's willingness to put up with Donlin ceases after 12 games, and the .333 lifetime hitter is traded to the last-place NL Boston Rustlers.
    • In the seventh inning against the Brooklyn Dodgers, Heinie Zimmerman and Al Kaiser of the Chicago Cubs both steal home — the only time in major league history the Cubs have pulled the feat off. Chicago will swipe home an NL-record 17 times this year.

1920sEdit

  • 1921 - The only baseball game canceled because of a murder occurs at Kingsport, Tennessee (Appalachian League), when the body of a slain girl is found at the ballpark. To prevent the trail from becoming confused for bloodhounds, police close the park and cancel the game against Knoxville.

1930sEdit

  • 1931 - With Sunday baseball still prohibited in Philadelphia, the Athletics make a one-day trip to visit the Detroit Tigers. The Athletics win 12–2, and leave 18 men on base.
  • 1938 - At Fenway Park, umpire Bill McGowan, who had tossed Johnny Allen on Opening Day, orders the Cleveland Indians pitcher to cut off part of a shirt sleeve which is dangling as he pitches, distracting the batter. Allen refuses and walks off the mound. He is fined $250 by Cleveland manager Oscar Vitt, who makes a pitching change to avoid a forfeit. Cleveland wins the game, 7–5, as team owner Alva Bradley hurries to the Boston Red Sox and buys the shirt for $250. The shirt is then displayed at Higbee's Department Store –owned by Bradley's brother–, and later makes its way to the Baseball Hall of Fame museum in Cooperstown.

1940sEdit

1950sEdit

1960sEdit

  • 1966 - St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Bob Gibson ties a major league record with four strikeouts in one inning (4th), but he takes a 9–1 loss at Pittsburgh. The Pirates nick him for 11 hits and five runs in 7+ innings.

1970sEdit

  • 1970 - Vic Davalillo of the St. Louis Cardinals, pinch-hitting for Bob Gibson, gets a record-tying two hits in the seventh inning of a 10–7 win over the San Diego Padres. St. Louis score seven runs after San Diego had built a 7–1 lead against Gibson. Davalillo assumes he receives credit for two pinch hits, and that his 23rd pinch hit on August 31 ties the record of Dave Philley. Davalillo will finish the year with 24 pinch safeties but a rule difference between the AL and NL will cost him a pinch hit today.

1980sEdit

  • 1989 - In front of 45,372 fans at Skydome, Ernie Whitt has three hits and three RBI as the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Milwaukee Brewers 4–2 in the first game ever played indoors and outdoors in the same day. With dark clouds threatening the roof begins closing in the firth inning. The closing operation begins at 8:48 p.m. and ends at 9:22 p.m., too late to prevent a brief stoppage of play due to rain. The winning pitcher is John Cerutti and Chris Bosio takes the loss.

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