On September 24, 1992, Dave Winfield of the Toronto Blue Jays becomes the oldest major leaguer to reach the 100-RBI mark in a season. The 40-year-old Winfield hits a home run and a double in an 8-2 win over the Baltimore Orioles, increasing his season total to 103
1968 – Jeff Kent is born in Bellflower, CA. The former National League MVP bats .292 and averages 24 homers and 100 RBIs during his two seasons in Houston (2003,2004). He also provides one of the most memorable homers in Astros playoff history to win Game 5 of the 2004 N.L.C.S.
October 8, 2019
The Cubs drop a 6 – 2 decision to the Phils, and drop to 2nd place, one game back of New York. The Cubs are out of first place after 155 days atop the National League East.
September 10, 1969
The Braves tie the major-league record with seven double plays in a 2 – 0, 14-inning win over Cincinnati. Mario Soto pitches 10 shutout innings for the Reds but gets no decision. The loss starts the Reds on a streak where they’ll lose 20 out of 23 games.
June 27, 1982