On June 8, 1968, Don Drysdale’s major league record streak of consecutive scoreless innings comes to an end. Howie Bedell of the Philadelphia Phillies delivers a sacrifice fly against Drysdale, ending his streak at 58 2/3 innings. Drysdale’s Los Angeles Dodgers will go on to win the game, 5-3.
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