On February 21, 1957 — – Brooklyn Dodgers owner Walter O’Malley trades minor league franchises with Phil Wrigley of the Chicago Cubs. Brooklyn gives up its Ft. Worth club (Texas League) in return for the Los Angeles Angels (Pacific Coast League). In a year’s time,
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Pittsburgh’s Murry Dickson wins his 20th game, a 3 – 0 whitewash of the Reds. Dickson’s 20 wins will account for nearly a third of the Pirates’ 64 victories, and help the Bucs finish a game ahead of the last-place Cubs.
September 23, 1951
Dave Stewart becomes a 20-game winner when the A’s beat Cleveland at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, 4-3. The thirty year-old right hander, who spent the first decade of his career in the bullpen, will also earn twenty or more victories in the next three seasons.
September 30, 1987
Paul Splittorff, the team’s all-time leader in victories, is inducted into the Royals’ Hall of Fame, along with late manager Dick Howser and infielder Cookie Rojas. The slender southpaw was the first player selected by the franchise to appear on its major league roster.
July 3, 1987
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