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

January

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February

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March

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April

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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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  • 1951 - Commissioner Happy Chandler loses his bid to remain in office. Chandler is voted down, 9-7, in a tally of owners. Chandler, who started his term as commissioner in 1945, will be succeeded by Ford Frick.

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  • 2006 - Four games were played today in the opener of Round Two in the inaugural World Baseball Classic:
    • Pool One:
      • At Angel Stadium, Alex Rodriguez hit a bases-loaded, two-out single in the ninth inning, to give the United States a victory over Japan, 4–3, but the victory was shrouded in controversy when an umpire's ruling denied the losers a crucial run. Japan looked to have broken open a 3–3 tie at the top of the eighth when Tsuyoshi Nishioka came home on Akinori Iwamura's sacrifice fly off U.S. reliever Joe Nathan with the bases loaded. Second base umpire Brian Knight ruled the run good but U.S. manager Buck Martinez raced from the dugout to appeal to home plate umpire Bob Davidson. Davidson overruled Knight and called Nishioka out for leaving third base early, a decision that brought Japan manager Sadaharu Oh and a translator out of the dugout to argue the call. It didn't appear Nishioka left before Winn made the catch on the television replay. It was a crushing defeat for Japan who had led 3–0 after two innings and never trailed until Rodríguez's game-winning hit. Ichiro Suzuki put the U.S. in an early hole with a lead off home run off Jake Peavy to open the game. Japan added two more runs in the second. Chipper Jones answered back for the Americans with a towering home run but the U.S. could not get level until the sixth when Derrek Lee crushed a two-run shot. In the second game, Jae Weong Seo pitched 5 1/3 strong innings, Seung Yeop Lee hit a two-run home run, and South Korea beat Mexico, 2–1, for its fourth straight victory in the Classic.
    • Pool Two:

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