On July 20, 1944, Nelson Potter of the St. Louis Browns becomes the first major league pitcher to be suspended for throwing a spitball. Potter is forced to the sidelines for 10 days, but will still win 19 games on the season.
In a Mission Impossible caper revealed in 1999, the Indians’ Jason Grimsley crawls 100 feet along a ceiling, drops down into the dressing room, and exchanges Belle’s bat for one of Paul Sorrento’s.
July 15, 1994
September 9, 1970
Bill Dickey returns to the Yankees’ lineup after his month’s suspension with a grand slam and three singles, as New York beats Chicago, 15 – 3.
August 4, 1932
October 3, 2018