On October 5, 1945 —  Claude Passeau of the Chicago Cubs pitches a one-hitter, beating the Detroit Tigers, 3 – 0, in Game 3 of the World Series. The Tigers only hit was by Rudy York.

The Cubs scored two runs in the fourth off Stubby Overmire on RBI singles by Bill Nicholson and Roy Hughes after a leadoff double and one-out walk. They added another run in the seventh off Al Benton when Mickey Livingston hit a leadoff double, moved to third on a groundout and scored on Claude Passeau’s sacrifice fly. They now led the series 2–1.

 

 

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