On September 13, 1964 — St. Louis becomes the first National League club to score in each inning since the Giants did it on June 1, 1923. They coast, 15 – 2, at Wrigley Field with Curt Simmons improving his record to 15-9. Dick Ellsworth goes to 14-15 for Chicago. Julian Javier, Lou Brock and Mike Shannon homer for the Birds. A dropped pop-up in the top of the 9th secures St. Louis’ place in history.

 

 


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