On July 29, 1975 — Milwaukee’s first two hitters – Don Money and Darrell Porter – crack homers off Red Sox pitcher Diego Segui. That’s enough for Jim Colborn, who wins, 4 – 0.
Joey Votto and the Reds agree to a three-year contract extension worth $38 million. The 27 year-old first baseman, who was voted the National League’s Most Valuable Player last season, had a career year, batting .324 along with hitting 37 home runs and driving in 113 runs.
January 16, 2011
In his second major league start, Alexi Ogando pitches seven scoreless innings in a 2 – 0 win over Detroit and ace Justin Verlander as the Rangers improve their best-in-baseball record to 9-1. Ogando has not allowed a run in 13 innings this year. Miguel Cabrera hits his 300th double, becoming the second major leaguer to tally that many before his 28th birthday (Joe Medwick was the first).
April 11, 2011
In Game 6, the Diamondbacks get 21 hits in the first six innings against the Yankees to set a record for hits in a World Series game. The previous record of 20 was established by the 1921 Giants (Game 3 vs Yankees) and the 1946 Cardinals (Game 4 vs Red Sox).
November 3, 2001
In his second appearance with the independent San Rafael Pacifics, Lou Evans sings the Star-Spangled Banner, becoming first starting pitcher in professional baseball to perform the National Anthem before taking the mound. The 37 year-old southpaw, the 19th round pick of the Marlins in 2001, retires after the game, ending his attempted comeback from a 12-year hiatus from the game due to injuries.
July 28, 2017
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