On May 16, 1933, Cecil Travis of the Washington Senators makes an incredible major league debut. Travis sets a modern day record by collecting five singles in his first five at-bats. Travis is retired in his final two at-bats, but his Senators still defeat the Cleveland Indians, 11-10, in 12 innings.
George Vico homers on the first pitch he ever sees in the major leagues, becoming only the fifth player to accomplish the feat.
April 20, 1948