On March 27, 1973, veteran pitcher Jim Perry of the Minnesota Twins becomes the first player to approve of being traded under the new “ten and five” rule. The Twins send Perry to the Detroit Tigers for pitcher Dan Fife and cash. Perry, a 24-game winner in 1970, will win 14 games for the Tigers in 1973.
Carl Hubbell wins his 200th major league game, pushing the New York Giants to a two-game lead in the National League pennant race
June 26, 1938
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