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

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1970sEdit

  • 1970 - The Cleveland Indians and Seattle Pilots play an exhibition game with the experimental X-5 ball, which is reported to be five per cent livelier than a regulation ball. The Pilots beat the Indians, 19-14. One week later, Commissioner Bowie Kuhn orders the livelier ball to be discontinued.

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1990sEdit

  • 1990 - MLB players and owners reach a new collective bargaining agreement that will end the 32-day lockout of spring training camps. Highlights of the deal include increasing the clubs' contributions to the players' pension fund, raising the minimum major league salary to $100,000, and a compromise on salary arbitration that leaves 17 percent of players with between two and three years of major league experience eligible.

2000sEdit

  • 2006 - In the semifinals of the inaugural World Baseball Classic, Cuba advanced to the finals with a 3–1 victory over the Dominican Republic at PETCO Park. Facing a batting order of major league sluggers that could rival the U.S., starter Yadel Martí gave Cuba 4 1/3 shutout innings before turning to reliever Pedro Lazo, who has helped pitch Cuba to two Olympic gold medals. Both pitchers combined to hold the Dominicans to a single run on eight hits. The only team without a major league player to make it to the final four, Cuba's amateurs have demonstrated throughout the tournament that the small Communist nation continues to produce some of the world's top baseball talent. In the next game, Japan pounded South Korea when it mattered most. Byung-Hyun Kim gave up another big home run, a two-run shot by pinch-hitter Kosuke Fukudome in the seventh inning that broke a scoreless tie and sent Japan to a 6–0 victory. After falling short in their first two meetings, Japan beat South Korea to gain a measure of revenge over their bitter Asian rivals and claim a place in the WBC final against Cuba, that will be played on March 20.

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