On April 3, 1985, the American and National League playoff formats are changed to best-of-seven formats. The League Championship Series had been played as a best-of-five since its inception in 1969.
National League President Warren Giles rules that the final score of the near perfect game thrown by the Pittsburgh Pirates’ Harvey Haddix should be 1-0
May 27, 1959
American League votes to allow all existing spitball pitchers to continue throwing the “illegal” pitch
December 17, 1920
Boston Red Sox complete a comeback from a three-games-to-one deficit to win the American League Championship Series over the Cleveland Indians
October 21, 2007
April 20, 1941