On October 16, 1992, groundbreaking ceremonies are held in Denver for the Colorado Rockies’ new ballpark. Coors Field will open in time for the start of the 1995 season.
The Philadelphia Inquirer stops its recent practice of printing the Phillies magic number, citing the countdown digit has lost its significance in the National League race. The fading Phils, which had a 6.5 game lead just six days ago, now clings to a half-game margin, and the team will need to beat the contenders they will face in five of the six remaining games to clinch the once ‘certain’ pennant.
September 27, 1964
Bob Elliott of the Toronto Sun is named recipient of the Hall of Fame’s J.G. Taylor Spink Award for 2012.
December 6, 2011
The Senators win twice over the Indians, 9 – 0 and 10 – 1, to widen their lead in the American League to 1 1/2 games over New York. Washington has now won 14 of 15. Earl Whitehill pitches the shutout and Bobby Burke, making his first start of the season, almost matches him in game 2. Ossie Bluege has five of the Nats’ 29 hit total. For the host Indians, Milt Galatzer, recently of the Toledo Mud Hens, debuts with four walks in the opener and no official at bats. He’s 2 for 5 in the nightcap.
June 25, 1933
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