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

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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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  • 1953 - The Milwaukee Braves played their 13th home game and surpassed the attendance total for the previous season, when the franchise played in Boston. The crowd at County Stadium raised Milwaukee’s attendance to 281,278 for the current season.

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  • 1985 - A game between the Cleveland Indians and Milwaukee Brewers scheduled for Municipal Stadium was postponed due to rain, representing the first rainout of the 1985 season. The cancellation marked the latest point that the first rainout of a season has taken place. A record 458 games had been played prior to the initial rainout.

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  • 2006 - A uniform worn by Joe DiMaggio in his final World Series was sold for $195,500 during the second day of an auction of his memorabilia. Yesterday, DiMaggio's 1947 American League MVP Award plaque was sold for $281,750, which included a 15 percent buyer's premium. It was his third MVP award, but it was the only plaque. The two-day auction featured more than 1,000 items of DiMaggio memorabilia also included a leather-bound album featuring autographs from DiMaggio's New York Yankees teammates and members of the Boston Red Sox, a typed note signed by Frank Sinatra, an a signed photo of DiMaggio's one-time wife, Marilyn Monroe. The aution was held by Hunt's Auctions Inc. in New York City. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital in Hollywood, Florida.
  • 2007:
    • Kevin Youkilis hits the shortest home run in Red Sox history, a 321-foot shot that wrapped around the Pesky pole.

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