On April 24, 1957 — 1957 – The Chicago Cubs set a National League record by walking nine batters in the 5th inning of a 9 – 5 loss to the Cincinnati Redlegs. Moe Drabowsky walks four batters, Jackie Collum issues three free passes, and Jim Brosnan two during the wild inning.

 


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Baseball Reference April 24

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