On July 19, 1905 — The Pittsburgh Pirates pull to within five games of New York by overcoming a 5 – 2 deficit and beating the Giants, 8 – 5. Umpire Bill Klem provokes a barrage of garbage from the New York fans by tossing Dan McGann and Mike Donlin out of the game for abusive behavior.

 


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