On June 1, 1943, Truett “Rip” Sewell of the Pittsburgh Pirates debuts his “eephus” or “blooper ball” pitch, which travels as high as 25 feet above the ground before dropping into the strike zone. Sewell will use the pitch on his way to a 20-win campaign.

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