Tag: June 20

2002 – Lance Berkman’s grand slam highlights a seven-run fourth as Houston blows past the Brewers, 9-3. Berkman’s five RBIs give him 62 on the season to lead the league. Wade Miller gets the victory. 

2002 – Lance Berkman’s grand slam highlights a seven-run fourth as Houston blows past the Brewers, 9-3. Berkman’s five RBIs give him 62 on the season to lead the league. Wade Miller gets the victory. 

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1999 – Carl Everett launches two homers and drives in six as Houston bombs the Expos, 11-3. His grand slam off Ugueth Urbina comes after Everett was hit in his previous at bat by Dan Smith. Everett had gone deep on Smith earlier. Tim Bogar also homers. 

1999 – Carl Everett launches two homers and drives in six as Houston bombs the Expos, 11-3. His grand slam off Ugueth Urbina comes after Everett was hit in his previous at bat by Dan Smith. Everett had gone deep on Smith earlier. Tim Bogar also homers. 

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1992 – Everyone is talking about the Jones boys as they outpitch Orel Hershiser and Los Angeles, 1-0. Doug Jones picks up the victory after Jimmy Jones scatters six hits over eight frames. Eric Anthony drives home Luis Gonzalez with the only run in the bottom of the ninth. 

1992 – Everyone is talking about the Jones boys as they outpitch Orel Hershiser and Los Angeles, 1-0. Doug Jones picks up the victory after Jimmy Jones scatters six hits over eight frames. Eric Anthony drives home Luis Gonzalez with the only run in the bottom of the ninth. 

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1970 – 19-year-old Cesar Cedeno makes his major league debut in a 9-6 triumph over the Braves. He singles twice off George Stone as Houston builds an early lead. Homers by Johnny Edwards and Bob Watson appear to put the game away but Atlanta makes a furious rally which ends only when Fred Gladding fans Bob Aspromonte with two aboard for the final out. 

1970 – 19-year-old Cesar Cedeno makes his major league debut in a 9-6 triumph over the Braves. He singles twice off George Stone as Houston builds an early lead. Homers by Johnny Edwards and Bob Watson appear to put the game away but Atlanta makes a furious rally which ends only when Fred Gladding fans Bob Aspromonte with two aboard for the final out. 

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1967 – Julio Gotay doubles off Larry Jaster in the fifth inning for his eighth consecutive hit. The Cardinals rally late against Bo Belinsky to beat the Astros, 6-2. Gotay had been hit-by-pitched and singled before setting the club record.

1967 – Julio Gotay doubles off Larry Jaster in the fifth inning for his eighth consecutive hit. The Cardinals rally late against Bo Belinsky to beat the Astros, 6-2. Gotay had been hit-by-pitched and singled before setting the club record.

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2018 – The Rangers bring out the first hyphenated battery in major league history in their game against the Royals as Austin Bibens-Dirkx is the starting pitcher and throws to Isiah Kiner-Falefa, who his making his first start as a catcher. While their names may pose a spelling challenge, the pair work well togerther, as Bibens-Dirkx picks up his first win of the year, 3 – 2.

On June 20, 2018 – The Rangers bring out the first hyphenated battery in major league history in their game against the Royals as Austin Bibens-Dirkx is the starting pitcher and throws to Isiah Kiner-Falefa, who his making...

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Corey Seager hits three homers in the Dodgers’ 12 – 0 win over the Mets. He drives in 6 runs as the Dodgers have hit 9 homers in two games against the struggling Mets, while rookie Cody Bellinger continues his red hot hitting with his NL-leading 22nd homer. Brandon McCarthy pitches 6 innings for the win and Brock Stewart works the final three for his first career save.

On June 20, Corey Seager hits three homers in the Dodgers’ 12 – 0 win over the Mets. He drives in 6 runs as the Dodgers have hit 9 homers in two games against the struggling Mets, while rookie Cody...

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Joe West becomes the third umpire in major league history to work 5,000 regular season games when he is behind the plate in a game between the Diamondbacks and Rockies. Neither team existed when he began his career in the National League back in 1976. His 40 seasons as an umpire are a record, and he trails only Bill Klem and Bruce Froemming for the total number of games.

On June 20, Joe West becomes the third umpire in major league history to work 5,000 regular season games when he is behind the plate in a game between the Diamondbacks and Rockies. Neither team existed when he began his career...

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2016 – The Rockies and Marlins set a record by scoring 8 runs, all on solo homers, in a 5 – 3 win by Colorado. The previous record was five runs. Matt Reynolds goes deep twice for the Rockies while Marcell Ozuna does so for Miami.

On June 20, 2016 – The Rockies and Marlins set a record by scoring 8 runs, all on solo homers, in a 5 – 3 win by Colorado. The previous record was five runs. Matt Reynolds goes deep twice for the Rockies...

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One strike away from a perfect game, Max Scherzer’s bid for immortality is spoiled when he hits Jose Tabata with a pitch, a slider off the elbow that many believed the Pittsburgh outfielder purposely leaned into to get on base. The 30 year-old right-hander records the final out on the next batter to complete his first ever no-hitter, allowing just one hit in two consecutive starts after tossing a 16-strikeout, one-hit complete game against Milwaukee in his last outing.

One strike away from a perfect game, Max Scherzer’s bid for immortality is spoiled when he hits Jose Tabata with a pitch, a slider off the elbow that many believed the Pittsburgh outfielder purposely leaned into to get on base. The 30 year-old right-hander records the final out on the next batter to complete his first ever no-hitter, allowing just one hit in two consecutive starts after tossing a 16-strikeout, one-hit complete game against Milwaukee in his last outing.

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Max Scherzer of the Nationals comes agonizingly close to pitching a perfect game but has to settle for a 6 – 0 no-hitter over the Pirates. With two outs in the 9th, he hits pinch-hitter Jose Tabata with a pitch after retiring the first 26 batters in order as Tabata appears to lean into the pitch. Scherzer then retires Josh Harrison on a fly ball to end the game.

On June 20, Max Scherzer of the Nationals comes agonizingly close to pitching a perfect game but has to settle for a 6 – 0 no-hitter over the Pirates. With two outs in the 9th, he hits pinch-hitter Jose Tabata with a pitch...

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After using Instagram during the game, Red Sox bench third baseman Pablo Sandoval for one contest for violating the team’s social media policy. The Panda had hit the “like” button while in the restroom during Boston’s 7-4 loss to Kansas City at Kauffman Stadium.

After using Instagram during the game, Red Sox bench third baseman Pablo Sandoval for one contest for violating the team’s social media policy. The Panda had hit the “like” button while in the restroom during Boston’s 7-4 loss to Kansas City at Kauffman Stadium.

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The Diamondbacks trade P Bronson Arroyo and 2014 top draft pick Touki Toussaint to the Braves in return for IF Philip Gosselin. As both Arroyo, recovering from Tommy John surgery, and Gosselin are currently on the disabled list, the deal is largely a salary dump, allowing the D-Backs to get Arroyo’s $9.5 million salary off the books.

On June 20, The Diamondbacks trade P Bronson Arroyo and 2014 top draft pick Touki Toussaint to the Braves in return for IF Philip Gosselin. As both Arroyo, recovering from Tommy John surgery, and Gosselin are currently on...

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2014 – The Blue Jays erase an eight-run deficit to defeat the Reds, 14 – 9. The Reds score 8 runs in the 2nd inning to knock out Liam Hendriks. Edwin Encarnacion starts the comeback with a three-run homer off Mat Latos in the 3rd, but the Jays are still down, 9 – 3, in the 6th inning, when they begin scoring in earnest. The score is tied at 9 in the 9th when they jump on closer Aroldis Chapman to take their first lead, capped by another three-run homer by Encarnacion, off Sam LeCure, for the final score.

On June 20, 2014 – The Blue Jays erase an eight-run deficit to defeat the Reds, 14 – 9. The Reds score 8 runs in the 2nd inning to knock out Liam Hendriks. Edwin Encarnacion starts the comeback with a three-run homer...

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Things look bleak for the Angels as they stake the Mariners a 7 – 0 lead in the middle of the 3rd, with ace Felix Hernandez on the mound. But they manage to score in four consecutive innings, including 5 runs in the 5th, and even though the Mariners add a couple of insurance runs, they finally take the lead with two more runs in the bottom of the 8th to win, 10 – 9. The Halos manage seven consecutive hits, including a pair of homers by Peter Bourjos and Mark Trumbo, against “King Felix” in the 5th inning. The winning run scores when Yoervis Medina walks Alberto Callaspo with the bases loaded.

On June 20, Things look bleak for the Angels as they stake the Mariners a 7 – 0 lead in the middle of the 3rd, with ace Felix Hernandez on the mound. But they manage to score in four consecutive innings, including 5 runs...

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Pedro Alvarez drives in all of the Pirates’ runs with a single, a double and a homer to lead the Bucs to a 5 – 3 win over the Reds, as the team continues to keep pace with St. Louis and Cincinnati in the highly competitive NL Central. The three division rivals have the three best records in the major leagues at this point of the season.

On June 20, Pedro Alvarez drives in all of the Pirates’ runs with a single, a double and a homer to lead the Bucs to a 5 – 3 win over the Reds, as the team continues to keep pace with St. Louis and Cincinnati in the...

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Seung-yeop Lee becomes the Korea Baseball Organization’s career home run leader with his 352nd dinger, surpassing former teammate Joon-hyuk Yang. Lee goes deep off Hee-sang Yoon as the Samsung Lions beat the SK Wyverns, 5 – 3. The amazing part of this is that Lee missed eight seasons while playing in Nippon Pro Baseball.

On June 20, Seung-yeop Lee becomes the Korea Baseball Organization’s career home run leader with his 352nd dinger, surpassing former teammate Joon-hyuk Yang. Lee goes deep off Hee-sang Yoon as the Samsung Lions beat the SK...

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Jack McKeon, who first managed in the major leagues with the Kansas City Royals in 1973, is back at the helm at age 80, taking over the Florida Marlins after the resignation of Edwin Rodriguez. This makes him the second-oldest manager in major league history, after Connie Mack. “I’ll probably manage until I’m 95,” quips McKeon. His first move is to bench star SS Hanley Ramirez, who has infuriated previous managers with his sometimes lackadaisical play, because “(I) didn’t like the way he was running yesterday.” In the game, the Marlins lose to the Angels, 2 – 1, as Jered Weaver improves to 9-4 and lowers his ERA to 2.01; Torii Hunter drives in both Angel runs. It’s the Marlins’ 11th consecutive loss – a franchise record – and 19th in their last 20 games.

On June 20, Jack McKeon, who first managed in the major leagues with the Kansas City Royals in 1973, is back at the helm at age 80, taking over the Florida Marlins after the resignation of Edwin Rodriguez. This makes him the...

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Tim Hudson pitches 8 scoreless innings and launches a rocket home run into the left field stands off Ricky Romero in the 7th inning to drive in both of his team’s runs as the Braves beat the Blue Jays, 2 – 0. Hudson retires 20 straight batters before Mike McCoy draws a walk to lead off the 9th and Yunel Escobar follows with an infield single. Craig Kimbrel then steps in to strike out the next three batters to end the game and earn his 20th save.

On June 20, Tim Hudson pitches 8 scoreless innings and launches a rocket home run into the left field stands off Ricky Romero in the 7th inning to drive in both of his team’s runs as the Braves beat the Blue Jays, 2...

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Commissioner Bud Selig rejects a proposed television deal between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Fox Sports for “not being in the interests of the Los Angeles Dodgers franchise, the game of baseball and the millions of loyal fans of this historic club.” He adds that the deal “would have the effect of mortgaging the future of the franchise to the long-term detriment of the club and its fans.” The rejection also invalidates the terms of the divorce settlement between owner Frank McCourt and his wife Jamie announced on June 17th. As McCourt is relying on the deal’s approval to meet immediate payroll demands and operating expenses, he risks falling into insolvency, which may prompt Major League Baseball to take over operation of the club in order to put it up for sale.

On June 20, Commissioner Bud Selig rejects a proposed television deal between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Fox Sports for “not being in the interests of the Los Angeles Dodgers franchise, the game of baseball and the...

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The Marlins announce Jack McKeon will be the team’s interim manager, replacing Edwin Rodriguez, who resigned yesterday. The 80 year-old skipper, the second-oldest in major league history, is taking over the floundering Fish club that has lost ten consecutive games and 18 of its last 19, after starting the season by winning 30 of its first 50 contests.

The Marlins announce Jack McKeon will be the team’s interim manager, replacing Edwin Rodriguez, who resigned yesterday. The 80 year-old skipper, the second-oldest in major league history, is taking over the floundering Fish club that has lost ten consecutive games and 18 of its last 19, after starting the season by winning 30 of its first 50 contests.

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The Red Sox are inching closer after completing a three-game sweep of the Dodgers at Fenway Park, spoiling Manny Ramirez’s return to Boston after his exit under a cloud of controversy in mid-2008. Clay Buchholz has another strong pitching performance, improving his record to 10-4, in the 2 – 0 win in the finale. The Sox are now tied with the Rays, who have gone 3-7 over their last 10 games while Boston has won 6 straight.

On June 20, The Red Sox are inching closer after completing a three-game sweep of the Dodgers at Fenway Park, spoiling Manny Ramirez’s return to Boston after his exit under a cloud of controversy in mid-2008. Clay...

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1B Casey Kotchman of the Mariners plays his 231st successive game without an error, beating the record held by Kevin Youkilis. The Mariners win, 1 – 0, over the Reds. Ryan Rowland-Smith is the winner as the M’s complete a three-game sweep.

On June 20, 1B Casey Kotchman of the Mariners plays his 231st successive game without an error, beating the record held by Kevin Youkilis. The Mariners win, 1 – 0, over the Reds. Ryan Rowland-Smith is the winner as the...

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The Yankees are back in first place in the AL East, one game ahead of the surging Red Sox and slumping Rays, after CC Sabathia pitches 8 scoreless innings as the Bronx Bombers shut out the Mets and Johan Santana, 4 – 0. All the runs come on Mark Teixeira’s grand slam.

On June 20, The Yankees are back in first place in the AL East, one game ahead of the surging Red Sox and slumping Rays, after CC Sabathia pitches 8 scoreless innings as the Bronx Bombers shut out the Mets and Johan Santana, 4...

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A major league oddity happens when two games end on walk-off wild pitches in extra innings on the same day. Jason Jennings’ errant throw allows Nate Schierholtz to score the winning run for the Giants with two outs in the 11th inning to beat Texas, 2-1, and Andres Blanco comes home on Kerry Wood’s miscue, giving the Cubs a 6-5 victory over the Indians in 13 innings.

A major league oddity happens when two games end on walk-off wild pitches in extra innings on the same day. Jason Jennings’ errant throw allows Nate Schierholtz to score the winning run for the Giants with two outs in the 11th inning to beat Texas, 2-1, and Andres Blanco comes home on Kerry Wood’s miscue, giving the Cubs a 6-5 victory over the Indians in 13 innings.

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Todd Helton hits a two-run homer in the 9th to lead Colorado to a 9 – 7 win over Pittsburgh. It is Colorado’s 15th win in its last 16 games, as the club has caught fire after naming Jim Tracy as its manager on May 29th. Before Helton’s blow off Jesse Chavez, Chris Iannetta hits a game-tying three-run blast in the 8th while Ian Stewart drives in three runs.

On June 20, Todd Helton hits a two-run homer in the 9th to lead Colorado to a 9 – 7 win over Pittsburgh. It is Colorado’s 15th win in its last 16 games, as the club has caught fire after naming Jim Tracy as its...

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Chris Davis of the Rangers fans for the 100th time in 219 at-bats this year, becoming the fastest player to reach 100 strikeouts in a year. He is on pace to shatter Mark Reynolds’ single-season strikeout record, but will be demoted to AAA on July 5th.

On June 20, Chris Davis of the Rangers fans for the 100th time in 219 at-bats this year, becoming the fastest player to reach 100 strikeouts in a year. He is on pace to shatter Mark Reynolds’ single-season strikeout...

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In recognition of their significant contributions to the community, the Dodgers become the first sports franchise to be honored by the Hollywood Historic Trust and the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. The team’s Award of Excellence star takes its place the Walk of Fame, which includes a constellation of celebrities, real and fictional, who have had a significant impact on the entertainment industry.

In recognition of their significant contributions to the community, the Dodgers become the first sports franchise to be honored by the Hollywood Historic Trust and the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. The team’s Award of Excellence star takes its place the Walk of Fame, which includes a constellation of celebrities, real and fictional, who have had a significant impact on the entertainment industry.

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2008 – In last place in the AL East, the Toronto Blue Jays fire manager John Gibbons and three of his coaches; he is replaced by former Jay manager Cito Gaston, who led the team to its two World Series titles in 1992 and 1993. Gibbons is the third manager fired in less than a week, following Willie Randolph of the Mets and John McLaren of the Mariners.

On June 20, 2008 – In last place in the AL East, the Toronto Blue Jays fire manager John Gibbons and three of his coaches; he is replaced by former Jay manager Cito Gaston, who led the team to its two World Series titles...

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2007 – Sammy Sosa cracks his 600th career home run, joining Hank Aaron, Barry Bonds, Babe Ruth and Willie Mays at that level. Jason Marquis allows the shot for the Cubs. In a weird circumstance, Marquis is wearing uniform number 21, which Sosa had worn in his years with the Cubs.

On June 20, 2007 – Sammy Sosa cracks his 600th career home run, joining Hank Aaron, Barry Bonds, Babe Ruth and Willie Mays at that level. Jason Marquis allows the shot for the Cubs. In a weird circumstance, Marquis is...

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On Father’s Day with his dad in attendance, 34 year-old Ken Griffey, Jr. blasts a sixth-inning Matt Morris fastball over the right-field wall at Busch Stadium for his 500th career home run. The Reds’ center fielder becomes the twentieth major leaguer, and the sixth youngest, to reach the milestone.

On Father’s Day with his dad in attendance, 34 year-old Ken Griffey, Jr. blasts a sixth-inning Matt Morris fastball over the right-field wall at Busch Stadium for his 500th career home run. The Reds’ center fielder becomes the twentieth major leaguer, and the sixth youngest, to reach the milestone.

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2004 – On Father’s Day with his dad present, Ken Griffey, Jr. nails a 6th-inning fastball off Cardinal hurler Matt Morris over the right field wall at Busch Stadium for his 500th career home run. The Reds center fielder becomes the 20th major leaguer and the sixth-youngest (34) to reach the milestone.

On June 20, 2004 – On Father’s Day with his dad present, Ken Griffey, Jr. nails a 6th-inning fastball off Cardinal hurler Matt Morris over the right field wall at Busch Stadium for his 500th career home run....

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Miguel Cabrera’s first major league hit is a two-run walk-off homer in the eleventh inning of a 3-1 Marlin victory over the Devil Rays at Dolphin Stadium. The Marlins had signed the skinny 20 year-old outfielder from Maracay, Venezuela as an amateur free agent in 1999.

Miguel Cabrera’s first major league hit is a two-run walk-off homer in the eleventh inning of a 3-1 Marlin victory over the Devil Rays at Dolphin Stadium. The Marlins had signed the skinny 20 year-old outfielder from Maracay, Venezuela as an amateur free agent in 1999.

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Luis Castillo extends his hitting streak to 34 games, breaking the 1922 record established by Rogers Hornsby for the longest hitting streak by a second baseman. The Dominican infielder’s streak, the 14th longest in major league history, also ties Benito Santiago’s record set in 1987 for the longest established by a Latin player.

Luis Castillo extends his hitting streak to 34 games, breaking the 1922 record established by Rogers Hornsby for the longest hitting streak by a second baseman. The Dominican infielder’s streak, the 14th longest in major league history, also ties Benito Santiago’s record set in 1987 for the longest established by a Latin player.

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A 4 1/2 hour closed-casket public viewing is held at Busch Stadium for Jack Buck, the 77-year-old Hall of Fame broadcaster, who died from complications following lung surgery. The bronze statue depicting him at the microphone outside the stadium is stuffed with cards, stuffed animals, photographs and other memorabilia in memory of the KMOX legend.

On June 20, A 4 1/2 hour closed-casket public viewing is held at Busch Stadium for Jack Buck, the 77-year-old Hall of Fame broadcaster, who died from complications following lung surgery. The bronze statue depicting him at the...

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Luis Castillo extends his hitting streak to 34 games breaking the 1922 record established by Rogers Hornsby for the longest hitting streak by a second baseman. The Dominican infielder’s streak, the 14th longest in major league history, also ties Benito Santiago’s record set in 1987 for longest accomplished by a Latin player.

On June 20, Luis Castillo extends his hitting streak to 34 games breaking the 1922 record established by Rogers Hornsby for the longest hitting streak by a second baseman. The Dominican infielder’s streak, the 14th longest...

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2001 – Hitting his 38th homer of the season, Barry Bonds breaks the major league mark established by Reggie Jackson (1969) and Mark McGwire (1998) for home runs hit before the All-Star Game. The Giants’ left fielder still has 17 games to add to the record.

On June 20, 2001 – Hitting his 38th homer of the season, Barry Bonds breaks the major league mark established by Reggie Jackson (1969) and Mark McGwire (1998) for home runs hit before the All-Star Game....

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2001 – Using the long ball, the Cubs record their first win at Busch Stadium in 13 tries over the last two seasons, beating the Cards, 9 – 4. Sammy Sosa belts a two-run homer and a grand slam, and makes a diving catch to save a run. Gary Matthews adds a three-run homer.

On June 20, 2001 – Using the long ball, the Cubs record their first win at Busch Stadium in 13 tries over the last two seasons, beating the Cards, 9 – 4. Sammy Sosa belts a two-run homer and a grand slam, and makes a...

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A rusty Troy Percival, who hasn’t pitched in a week, establishes a franchise record with his 127th save for the Angels when he finishes the team’s 4-2 victory in New York. The right-handed closer’s less than stellar outing, allowing four batters to reach base and giving up a run, surpasses the team mark established by Bryan Harvey in 1992.

A rusty Troy Percival, who hasn’t pitched in a week, establishes a franchise record with his 127th save for the Angels when he finishes the team’s 4-2 victory in New York. The right-handed closer’s less than stellar outing, allowing four batters to reach base and giving up a run, surpasses the team mark established by Bryan Harvey in 1992.

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The Cubs’ Sammy Sosa cranks out his 21st homer in the last 30 days, something no other slugger has ever done. The previous high was 20, set by Ralph Kiner in 1947 and tied by Roger Maris in 1961. Sosa’s 30 days go from May 22nd through June 22nd.

On June 20, The Cubs’ Sammy Sosa cranks out his 21st homer in the last 30 days, something no other slugger has ever done. The previous high was 20, set by Ralph Kiner in 1947 and tied by Roger Maris in 1961. Sosa’s...

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1997 – For their game against the Cards, the Reds bring up Aaron Boone from Indianapolis. That’s the good news for the Boone clan. The bad news is they send brother Bret Boone (.205) down to make room for Aaron. Aaron has an RBI and a stolen base in his major league debut as the Reds win, 4 – 2. He also has his first ejection for throwing a helmet. Deion Sanders has a double and home run and his 31st stolen base, high in the majors.

On June 20, 1997 – For their game against the Cards, the Reds bring up Aaron Boone from Indianapolis. That’s the good news for the Boone clan. The bad news is they send brother Bret Boone (.205) down to make room for...

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The Devil Rays get their first win in the history of the organization when the club’s Gulf Coast League affiliate beats the GCL Astros. Jose Rodriguez, an 18 year-old right-hander from Cotui in the Dominican Republic, gets the victory.

The Devil Rays get their first win in the history of the organization when the club’s Gulf Coast League affiliate beats the GCL Astros. Jose Rodriguez, an 18 year-old right-hander from Cotui in the Dominican Republic, gets the victory.

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1996 – The Indians win their 13th straight over the Red Sox, 5 – 4, on Kenny Lofton’s bloop single in the 9th off Mike Stanton. Jim Thome hits a game-tying home run in the 8th, off Roger Clemens, the 17th straight game in which the Indians have gone deep, a team record. Clemens leaves after 157 pitches with no decision.

On June 20, 1996 – The Indians win their 13th straight over the Red Sox, 5 – 4, on Kenny Lofton’s bloop single in the 9th off Mike Stanton. Jim Thome hits a game-tying home run in the 8th, off Roger Clemens,...

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