On August 8, 1920 — Detroit Tigers pitcher Howard Ehmke wins the American League’s shortest game ever when he defeats the New York Yankees, 1 – 0, in one hour, thirteen minutes. With no outs and two on in the 5th inning‚ the Yanks fail to capitalize as Ping Bodie falls for the hidden ball trick applied by 2B Ralph Young.

 

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