On September 26, 1906 — After setting a major league record of being shut out for 48 consecutive innings, the A’s finally score a run thanks to Harry Davis’ two-run double. The Mackmen, however, still lose to the Cleveland Naps, 5 – 3.

 


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Sources:
Baseball Reference September 26
National Pastime September 26
Retro Sheet
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