On June 20, 1978 – Toronto is defeated for the third consecutive game by a Canadian-born pitcher. The Blue Jays lose to John Hiller of Detroit, after having previously tasted defeat at the hands of Ferguson Jenkins and Reggie Clevelandof the Texas Rangers.
Boston Braves pitcher Charlie Robertson has his glove removed from the game by umpire Charlie Moran after the Brooklyn Robinscomplain the ball is acting strangely. The Boston hurler still manages to win, 3 – 2.
April 16, 1928
The Reds lose another star when CF Ethan Allen is beaned and breaks his cheek in an exhibition game in Buffalo.
May 29, 1928
The Dodgers edge the Reds, 1 – 0, when Mariano Duncan scores from second base on Bill Madlock’s grounder to third. There is a force at second base, but Madlock beats the throw to first on the attempted double play‚ and Duncan beats the throw home.
June 10, 1986