August 14, 2020, here is your short walk through baseball history!
Debuts, Milestones, No Hitters, Rule Changes, Events, Birthdays, Deaths, and more on August 14 This Day In Baseball.
Click on the links to read more about these events . . . . Bob Gibson fires his first No hitter and the first in Pittsburgh in 64 years – FULL RADIO BROADCAST
For two straight years, August 14th belonged to Pitcher Lynwood “Schoolboy” Rowe. In 1934 the largest weekday crowd in history watched the Tigers’ win their 14th straight at Yankee stadium as Schoolboy Rowe notched his 13th consecutive “W”.
On August 14th 1942, led by the double play combo of Phil “The Scooter” Rizzuto and Joe Gordon, the Yankees turn a record seven double plays in an 11-2 win over the A’s. The Yankees would finish the season with 190 twin killings… just 4 shy of the record they had set the previous season.
On August 14th, 1902 — The Pittsburgh Pirates “Little” Tommy Leach hits two inside the park home runs at Boston. He would end the year as the National League home run king, closing out the season with 6, every single one, inside-the-park homers.
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