Tag: Dodger Stadium

Dodger Stadium

Dodger Stadium,Los Angeles,CA,US Ball Park First Game Date – 4/10/1962 (1) Starting Pitchers – Dodgers vs. Reds: 4/10/1962 Final Score 6-3 (CIN) Attendance – 52,564 Starting Pitchers Johnny Podres (LAN); Bob...

Read More

In one of the most remarkable at-bats in big league history, Alex Cora fouls off 14 consecutive pitches and then hits the 18th thrown to him by the Cubs’ Matt Clement over the right-field fence for a two-run home run which doubles LA’s lead to 4-0. The Dodger Stadium crowd cheered each foul ball, watching the increasing total displayed on the scoreboard.

In one of the most remarkable at-bats in big league history, Alex Cora fouls off 14 consecutive pitches and then hits the 18th thrown to him by the Cubs’ Matt Clement over the right-field fence for a two-run home run which doubles LA’s lead to 4-0. The Dodger Stadium crowd cheered each foul ball, watching the increasing total displayed on the scoreboard.

Read More

Fernando Tatis of the St. Louis Cardinals becomes the first player in major league history to hit two grand slams in one inning

Fernando Tatis of the St. Louis Cardinals becomes the first player in major league history to hit two grand slams in one inning. Tatis connects both times in the 11-run 3rd inning against pitcher Chan Ho Park to lead the Cardinals to a 12 – 5 rout of the Los Angeles Dodgers. He simultaneously sets a record with eight RBI in one inning. Park becomes the first pitcher in the 20th century, and only the second ever, to surrender two slams in a single frame, joining Bill Phillips of the 1890 Pittsburgh Alleghenys.

Read More

The first triple play ever completed at Dodger Stadium is turned by Darren Dreifort (p), Eric Young (2b), Jose Vizcaino (ss), and Bobby Bonilla (3b). With Colorado runners on first and second base, the 1-6-4 double play becomes a triple killing when Jamey Wright is thrown out at third base by the LA second baseman, who covered first base for the second out.

On June 13 1998, The first triple play ever completed at Dodger Stadium is turned by Darren Dreifort (p), Eric Young (2b), Jose Vizcaino (ss), and Bobby Bonilla (3b). With Colorado runners on first and second base, the 1-6-4...

Read More

At Dodger Stadium, Don Baylor becomes the first player to participate in three consecutive World Series for three different teams when he pinch-hits in the eighth inning of the A’s 6-0 loss to L.A. in the second game of the Fall Classic. The 39 year-old veteran played with the pennant-winning Red Sox in 1986 and the World Champion Twins in 1987.

At Dodger Stadium, Don Baylor becomes the first player to participate in three consecutive World Series for three different teams when he pinch-hits in the eighth inning of the A’s 6-0 loss to L.A. in the second game of the Fall Classic. The 39 year-old veteran played with the pennant-winning Red Sox in 1986 and the World Champion Twins in 1987.

Read More

the 51st All-Star Game features J.R. Richard (10-4) and Steve Stone (12-3) as the starters. Ken Griffey wins the MVP

At Dodger Stadium, the 51st All-Star Game features J.R. Richard (10-4) and Steve Stone (12-3) as the starters, with Richard going just two innings because of various back and shoulder problems he’s been having. The National League battles back to win its 9th consecutive Midsummer Classic, 4 – 2, pinning the loss on Dodger defector Tommy John. Reds outfielder Ken Griffey goes 2 for 3 with a solo home run to win the game’s MVP Award.

Read More

Manny Mota sets a major league record with his 145th career pinch hit, a single to right field, in LA’s 6-2 victory over Chicago at Dodger Stadium. The Dominican Republic native surpasses the all-time record set by Smoky Burgess, who collected his last hit as a pinch-hitter in 1967.

Manny Mota sets a major league record with his 146th career pinch hit, a single to right field, in LA’s 6-2 victory over Chicago at Dodger Stadium. The Dominican Republic native surpasses the all-time record set by Smoky Burgess, who collected his last hit as a pinch-hitter in 1967.

Read More

Monday saves US FLAG

On April 25, 1976, Chicago Cubs center fielder Rick Monday saves an American flag from being burned by two fans at Dodger Stadium. During the fourth inning of the game, two fans race onto the field and head for the outfield, where they prepare to ignite an American flag. Monday runs in from center field and snatches the flag, prompting an ovation from the fans at Dodger Stadium.

Read More

The New York Mets defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers, 7 – 3, in 19 innings at Dodger Stadium

The New York Mets defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers, 7 – 3, in 19 innings at Dodger Stadium. The Mets’ Rusty Staub gets five hits, including the game-winning double, and George Stone pitches six shutout innings in relief for the win. The Dodgers get 19 hits, all singles, six of them by Willie Davis. The game ends at 1:42 AM Pacific Time (4:42 AM Eastern Time) the next morning.

Read More

For the second time in his career, Pirate Willie Stargell hits one out of Dodger Stadium.

For the second time in his career, Pirate Willie Stargell poles one out of Dodger Stadium. His blast off Andy Messersmith hits the right field pavilion roof 470 feet away. His first home run, a 506-foot shot, came off Alan Foster on August 5, 1969. No other player has hit a fair ball out of the stadium. Los Angeles wins, 7 – 4.

Read More

Willie Stargell becomes the first player to hit a home run completely out of Dodger Stadium.

Willie Stargell becomes the first player to hit a home run completely out of Dodger Stadium. The 512-foot, 7th-inning, bases-empty blast breaks a 3 – 3 tie, helping the Pirates defeat Los Angeles, 11 – 3. The 2,500th career hit of Roberto Clemente and a two-run homer from Bill Mazeroski figure prominently in Pittsburgh’s seven-run 9th inning. Taking a no-decision in what will prove to be his final Major League appearance is Dodger starter Don Drysdale, pitching with a torn rotator cuff, which, despite assurances that it is “something I’m going to have to learn to pitch with,” will lead to his retirement within less than a week.

Read More
  • 1
  • 2

WHAT WE ARE READING

RSS Check out the Podcast

  • Harvey Haddix Almost Perfect
    This podcast is brought to you by Franchising Connection. If you are in a career transition and are interested in exploring Franchising contact them: www.franchisingconnection.com  Today we explore May 26th and May 27th when Harvey Haddix pitches 12 brilliant innings only to lose it in the 13th.  What future famous owner was at the game? […]
  • Don Nottebart throws the first no-hitter in Houston History
    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 […]
  • Warren Spahn Faces Bob Gibson May 11 1965 Full Game Broadcast
    On May 11 1965 At Shea Stadium 24,000 fans enjoyed two future Hall of Famers duel in a classic game.  Here is the Full Radio Broadcast brought to you by Franchising connection.com. If you or someone you know is going through c career transition and is considering business ownership talk to franchising connections. www.franchisingconnection.com  1965 | Bob […]
  • Charlie Lea pitches first No Hitter at Olympic Stadium
    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 […]
  • May 9 1947 Jackie Robinson and Ben Champman Photo
    Todays classic moment is brought to you by www. franchsingconnection.com, if you are going through a career transition please visit them for help!   On May 9, 1947 — Philadelphia manager Ben Chapman, who admits he had been ‘kinda loud’ in leading his team in verbally abusing Jackie Robinson with racial slurs during yesterday’s game, […]
  • Catfish Hunter is Perfect May 8 1968 - 9th Inning Broadcast
    Today's broadcast is sponsored by - www.franchisingconnection.com If your career is in transition they would love to help.  On May 8, 1968, Catfish Hunter of the Oakland A’s pitches a perfect game against the Minnesota Twins. Hunter’s perfect game is the first in the American League during the regular season in 46 years, when White Sox […]
  • Willie Mays hits titanic blast @ Polo Grounds - his last homerun at his former home
    Today's memory is brought to you by - www.FranchisingConnection.com , book a free consultation today to see if they can help you find the perfect business.  The Giants come in with Jack Sanford (4-1) on the mound sporting a 15-9 record vs the Amazing New York Mets at 8-14, with Galen cisco on the hill. […]
  • Bob Watson of the Houston Astros scores the one millionth run in major league history
    Todays memory is brought to you by - www.FranchisingConnection.com , book a free consultation today to see if they can help you find the perfect business.  On May 4, 1975, At 12:32pm at Candlestick Park, Bob Watson of the Houston Astros scores the one millionth run in major league history. Watson scores the run on […]
  • Willie Mays hits 4 homeruns at County Stadium
    Todays memory is brought to you by - www.FranchisingConnection.com , book a free consultation today to see if they can help you find the perfect business.   Today’s classic moment features the San Francisco giants and the Milwaukee Braves on April 30 1961.   The Say Hey Kid Willie Mays ties the Major League Record of […]
  • Dodgers at Mets Radio Broadcast April 1963 Snider & Hodges face their old team
    Todays game is brought to you by - www.FranchisingConnection.com , book a free consultation today to see if they can help you find the perfect business.   Today’s classic game features the  Los Angeles Dodgers sporting a 10-10 record - at the (7-11) New York Mets from the Polo Grounds in New York on April 19 […]