- November 4 This Day in Baseball history. Let's celebrate Pete Alexander on his birthday - https://thisdayinbaseball.com/pete-alexander-page/ All of Today's amazing events - https://thisdayinbaseball.com/this-day-in-baseball-november-4/ Reggie Jackson - https://thisdayinbaseball.com/reggie-jackson-biography/ Please help us out and commemorate a page with a dedication - https://thisdayinbaseball.com/donations/donation-form/
- July 29, 1936 At Comiskey Park Future Hall of Famer Luke Appling leads the White Sox vs the Philadelphia A's.
- Read about these events and much more - https://thisdayinbaseball.com/this-day-in-baseball-july-26/ July 26, 1933 The 61-game hitting streak of the San Francisco Seals' 18-year-old rookie, Joe DiMaggio, is stopped by Ed Walsh, Jr. of the Oakland Oaks. Babe Ruth makes his final public appearance on July 26, 1948. Ruth visited the film premiere of "The Babe[...]
- On June 28, 1970, the Pittsburgh Pirates play their final two games at venerable Forbes Field, which opened its doors in 1909. A crowd of over 40,000 watches the Bucs sweep the Chicago Cubs, 3-2 and 4-1. The Pirates pull even with the Mets with the twin bill sweep. Al Oliver hits the final home[...]
- This episode is sponsored by - www.franchisingconnection.com On May 17, 1963 — At Colt Stadium, Don Nottebart throws the first no-hitter in franchise history when the Houston Colt .45’s beat the Philadelphia Phillies, 4-1. Nottebart fans eight and walks three. Carl Warwick and Howie Goss homer to supply Houston its runs. Al Spangler snares Wes[...]
- Today Classic Moment is brought to you by www.franchisinghelp.com if your career is in transition talk to the Experts and see if they can help. On May 10, 1981, Montreal Expos right-hander Charlie Lea pitches the first no-hitter in the history of Olympic Stadium. Lea, the first French-born pitcher to hurl a no-hitter, strikes out[...]
- On July 8, 1941, at Briggs Stadium, Boston Red Sox star Ted Williams, hitting .405 at the break, hits a dramatic two-out, three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning, off Chicago Cubs P Claude Passeau giving the American League a 7-5 win in the All-Star Game. Williams's 4 RBI are matched by National[...]
- October 5, 1963 Don Drysdale pitched a masterful three-hitter at Dodger Stadium in his complete-game win. Manager Walter Alston called Drysdale's performance "one of the greatest pitched games I ever saw." Jim Bouton, making his first World Series start, dueled Drysdale throughout, permitting only four hits in seven innings for a losing cause. The lone[...]