On April 10, 1973, the first game in the history of Royals Stadium is played. John Mayberry homers in Kansas City’s 12-1 rout of Texas. A crowd of 39,476 attends the game at the state-of-the-art ballpark, which features water fountains beyond the outfield fence.
At Shea Stadium, the Cubs’ game is suspended due to a major black-out which darkens New York City. The Mets players amuse the crowd by performing antics in front of the headlights of cars which they drive onto the field.
July 13, 1977
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