On May 2, 1951 — For the first time in major league history, a Jewish batter faces a Jewish pitcher while a Jewish catcher is behind the plate; such an instance has yet to reoccur. With Saul Rogovin on the mound and Joe Ginsberg catching, Lou Limmer steps in as a pinch-hitter. Limmer promptly deposits the ball into the seats.

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Baseball Reference May 2