VIDEO OF THE DAY
On July 2, 1933, Carl Hubbell of the New York Giants pitches 18 innings of shutout ball in the first game of a doubleheader against the St. Louis Cardinals. The screwballing left-hander wins the game, 1-0, while allowing six hits and no walks. In the second game, the Giants win again by the score of 1-0, as Roy Parmelee defeats Dizzy Dean.
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