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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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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

  • 1893 - In arguably the most significant rule change in major league history, the National League eliminates the pitching box and adds a pitcher's rubber five feet behind the previous back line of the box, establishing the modern pitching distance of 60 feet six inches. In addition, bats flattened on one side to facilitate bunting are banned.

1900sEdit

  • 1902 - Hall of Famer James (Pud) Galvin dies at the age of 45. Galvin won 361 games over a 14-year career, placing him in a tie for sixth on the all-time list for most wins. In 1883-84, Galvin won a combined 92 games.

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1970sEdit

  • 1979:
    • Slugging outfielder Hack Wilson and longtime executive Warren Giles are elected to the Hall of Fame by the Veterans Committee. Wilson, who had a career relatively short, won four home run National League titles while with the Chicago Cubs. His most peroductive season came in 1930, when he set an all-time major league record with 191 RBI, hit 56 home runs (a NL record for 68 years) and batted a .356 average. For his career, Wilson hit .307 with 244 home runs and 1063 RBI. Giles served as president of the Cincinnati Reds from 1937 to 1951, before becoming National League President for 18 seasons.
    • At spring training, exhibition season opens with semipro and amateur umpires in place of major league arbiters, who are staging a collective holdout.

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1990sEdit

  • 1999 - In a historic agreement, it is announced that the Baltimore Orioles will travel to Cuba for a March 28 exhibition game against the Cuban national team in Havana. The Cuban team will travel to the United States for a return contest at a future date. It is the first time in 40 years that USA will play a professional game in Cuba.

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