On August 6, 1982 — Jack Clark and Reggie Smith both homer twice in San Francisco’s 7 – 6 win over Houston. The Giants trail, 6 – 4, in the 9th inning before Clark and Smith hit back-to-back home runs to send the game into extra innings.
The Indians win Game 2 of the ALCS, 2 – 1 over the Blue Jays, in a game that’s almost a carbon copy of Game 1. The Indians’ runs come on a solo homer by Carlos Santana and a single by Francisco Lindor that scores Rajai Davis, who had previously stolen second and moved to third on a wild pitch. Josh Tomlin is the winner against J.A. Happ.
October 15, 2016
The Philadelphia Giants, with Rube Foster on the mound, win the first Negro Championship Cup when they beat the Cuban X-Giants, 3-2. The game attracts 10,000 fans, the largest crowd ever to watch a black baseball game.
September 3, 1906
Tyler Moore delivers a pinch single off Marc Rzepczynski with two outs in the 8th, driving in 2 runs to lead Washington to a 3 – 2 win in Game 1 of the NLDS in St. Louis, the first postseason win in Nationals history.
October 7, 2012
In anticipation of the team’s move to Anaheim next year, owner Gene Autry announces the Los Angeles Angels will now be known as the California Angels effective today, becoming the second major league team to be named after an entire state. The franchise, the first to change its moniker during the season, will eventually use a logo that incorporates an image of the Golden State, along with the team’s iconic halo.
September 2, 1965
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- Miracle Mets Win it ALL - Full Game BroadcastUninterrupted full game broadcast of the New York Mets and the Baltimore Orioles. Game 5 of the 1969 World Series. Dave McNally shut out the Mets through five innings and helped himself with a two-run homer in the third inning. Frank Robinson homered in the inning as well, and the Orioles looked to be cruising with a […]
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- Koufax faces the Twins on 2 Days Rest Game 7 1965 World SeriesOctober 14, 1965 - Game 7 1965 World Series. Sandy Koufax throws a 3 hit shutout on 2 days rest. After walking 2 in the 1st he tells catcher John Roseboro my arm is sore I can’t throw the curve. We’ll just blow them away.. Dodger manager Walt Alston was torn between starting Drysdale […]
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- Jackie Robinson's last hit - a walk off vs the New York YankeesOn October 9, 1956 --In a 10-inning scoreless pitching duel with both starters going all the way, Jackie Robinson's walk-off single to left in the bottom of the 10th won the game for Clem Labine and kept the Dodgers' championship hopes alive. Tough-luck loser Bob Turley gave up a 10th-inning walk to Jim Gilliam, a […]
- Game 6 1934 World Series - Paul Dean faces School Boy RoweOn October 8, 1934 At Navin Field the St Louis Cardinals Paul Dean won his second game of the series, Dean pitched a complete game 7 hitter, he will go 2-0 in his only World Series appearance. The Tiger's came into the game up 3 games to 2 and pitched ace Schoolboy Rowe who had […]
- Lew Burdette faces off vs Whitey Ford Game 5 1957 World SeriesWhitey Ford and Lew Burdette, facing each other, Game 5 was expected to be a low-scoring affair. However, the game started out with the Yankees looking to score in the first inning. After a leadoff single by Hank Bauer and a sacrifice bunt by Tony Kubek, Gil McDougald hit a line drive that turned into […]
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