Tag: September 12

2002 – Jose Vizcaino blasts a three-run shot in the bottom of the eighth to drop the Cardinals, 6-3. Craig Biggio’s solo shot earlier in the inning ties it. The Astros trail by 5-1/2 games both for the Central Division lead and the Wild Card. 

2002 – Jose Vizcaino blasts a three-run shot in the bottom of the eighth to drop the Cardinals, 6-3. Craig Biggio’s solo shot earlier in the inning ties it. The Astros trail by 5-1/2 games both for the Central Division lead and the Wild Card. 

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1997 – Derek Bell drives in four to pace the Astros over Los Angeles, 10-3. His two-run homer may have been to cover the embarrassment of being caught off first earlier on a throw by Raul Mondesi. Ricky Gutierrez plates three to help the cause. Houston leads the N.L. Central by 3-1/2 games over Pittsburgh, yet are only two games over .500 at 74-72. 

1997 – Derek Bell drives in four to pace the Astros over Los Angeles, 10-3. His two-run homer may have been to cover the embarrassment of being caught off first earlier on a throw by Raul Mondesi. Ricky Gutierrez plates three to help the cause. Houston leads the N.L. Central by 3-1/2 games over Pittsburgh, yet are only two games over .500 at 74-72. 

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1993 – Jeff Bagwell’s hand is broken on a pitch by Philadelphia’s Ben Rivera. Short term, the Astros don’t hurt much as replacement Chris Donnels smashes a home run in a 9-2 triumph. Craig Biggio also goes deep. Pete Harnisch sails to his 14th victory. 

1993 – Jeff Bagwell’s hand is broken on a pitch by Philadelphia’s Ben Rivera. Short term, the Astros don’t hurt much as replacement Chris Donnels smashes a home run in a 9-2 triumph. Craig Biggio also goes deep. Pete Harnisch sails to his 14th victory. 

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1986 – Billy Hatcher’s two-run single is the game-winner as the Astros stun the Padres, 5-3, with three runs in the ninth. Terry Puhl draws a bases-loaded walk off Goose Gossage to tie it. Dave Smith becomes the first Astro to reach 30 saves. 

1986 – Billy Hatcher’s two-run single is the game-winner as the Astros stun the Padres, 5-3, with three runs in the ninth. Terry Puhl draws a bases-loaded walk off Goose Gossage to tie it. Dave Smith becomes the first Astro to reach 30 saves. 

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1977 – Jose Cruz and Cesar Cedeno both sock a pair of homers, blasting Cincinnati, 7-2. Bob Watson belts another for good measure. Cedeno has four hits, including a triple. J.R. Richards whiffs eleven Reds for his 15th win.

1977 – Jose Cruz and Cesar Cedeno both sock a pair of homers, blasting Cincinnati, 7-2. Bob Watson belts another for good measure. Cedeno has four hits, including a triple. J.R. Richards whiffs eleven Reds for his 15th win.

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2018 – A couple of pitchers take no-hit bids deep into their respective starts today. For the Rays, Blake Snell doesn’t allow the Indians a hit until the 7th until José Ramírez hits his 38th homer, a solo shot, but comes on top, 3 – 1, for his 19th win. Minnesota’s Jake Odorizzi does even better, getting through 7 1/3 inning before Greg Bird of the Yankees laces a run-scoring double. He is also a 3 – 1 winner.

2018 – A couple of pitchers take no-hit bids deep into their respective starts today. For the Rays, Blake Snell doesn’t allow the Indians a hit until the 7th until José Ramírez hits his 38th homer, a solo shot, but comes on top, 3 – 1, for his 19th win. Minnesota’s Jake Odorizzi does even better, getting through 7 1/3 inning before Greg Bird of the Yankees laces a run-scoring double. He is also a 3 – 1 winner.

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The Twins set a Target Field record for most homers in a game in the eight-year old ballpark, going deep seven times in the team’s 16-0 pounding of the Padres. The septet of round-trippers blasted by Brian Dozier, Jorge Polanco, Jason Castro (2), Eddie Rosario, Eduardo Escobar, and Kennys Vargas marks the first time in history that a team hits a home run in each of the first seven innings.

The Twins set a Target Field record for most homers in a game in the eight-year old ballpark, going deep seven times in the team’s 16-0 pounding of the Padres. The septet of round-trippers blasted by Brian Dozier, Jorge Polanco, Jason Castro (2), Eddie Rosario, Eduardo Escobar, and Kennys Vargas marks the first time in history that a team hits a home run in each of the first seven innings.

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The Twins set a Target Field record for most homers in a game in the eight-year old ballpark, going deep seven times in the team’s 16-0 pounding of the Padres. The septet of round-trippers blasted by Brian Dozier, Jorge Polanco, Jason Castro (2), Eddie Rosario, Eduardo Escobar, and Kennys Vargas marks the first time in history that a team hits a home run in each of the first seven innings.

The Twins set a Target Field record for most homers in a game in the eight-year old ballpark, going deep seven times in the team’s 16-0 pounding of the Padres. The septet of round-trippers blasted by Brian Dozier, Jorge Polanco, Jason Castro (2), Eddie Rosario, Eduardo Escobar, and Kennys Vargas marks the first time in history that a team hits a home run in each of the first seven innings.

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Behind Corey Kluber’s complete game performance, the Indians extended their winning streak to 20, beating the Tigers at Progressive Field, 2-0. The Tribe’s winning ways, which began August 24 against the Red Sox in Boston, ties American League record mark the team now shares with 2002 A’s.

Behind Corey Kluber’s complete game performance, the Indians extended their winning streak to 20, beating the Tigers at Progressive Field, 2-0. The Tribe’s winning ways, which began August 24 against the Red Sox in Boston, ties American League record mark the team now shares with 2002 A’s.

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2017 – The Indians tie the American League record for consecutive victories when they defeat Detroit, 2 – 0, for their 20th straight win. The record had been set by the 2002 Oakland Athletics in the season depicted in the book and movie Moneyball. Corey Kluber pitches a five-hit shutout to lead Cleveland while Francisco Lindor hits a lead-off homer off Matt Boyd in the 1st.

2017 – The Indians tie the American League record for consecutive victories when they defeat Detroit, 2 – 0, for their 20th straight win. The record had been set by the 2002 Oakland Athletics in the season depicted in the book and movie Moneyball. Corey Kluber pitches a five-hit shutout to lead Cleveland while Francisco Lindor hits a lead-off homer off Matt Boyd in the 1st.

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2016 – The major league ERA leader, Kyle Hendricks of the Cubs, takes a no-hit bid into the 9th inning in a start against the Cardinals, but Jeremy Hazelbaker leads off the frame with his 12th homer to break it up. Still, Hendricks records his 15th win, 4 – 1, and lowers his ERA to 2.03 as the Cubs’ magic number to clinch the NL Central is down to three.

2016 – The major league ERA leader, Kyle Hendricks of the Cubs, takes a no-hit bid into the 9th inning in a start against the Cardinals, but Jeremy Hazelbaker leads off the frame with his 12th homer to break it up. Still, Hendricks records his 15th win, 4 – 1, and lowers his ERA to 2.03 as the Cubs’ magic number to clinch the NL Central is down to three.

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The Blue Jays sweep a doubleheader against the Yankees at New Yankee Stadium to increase their lead in the AL East to 4 1/2 games. In the first game, seven homers are hit, including a pair by Jose Bautista, but the game is decided in the 11th inning when Toronto scores four runs on only one hit as Bryan Mitchell and Chasen Shreve combine for five walks and a hit batsman to win, 9 – 5. In the nitecap, New York starter Ivan Nova can’t get out of the 2nd inning and the Blue Jays prevail, 10 – 7, after a lengthy rain delay. Marcus Stroman is the winner in his first game since suffering a knee injury in spring training. For the Yankees, Brett Gardner hits three homers in the twinbill, including a pair of three-run shots in the second game, but it’s all for naught.

The Blue Jays sweep a doubleheader against the Yankees at New Yankee Stadium to increase their lead in the AL East to 4 1/2 games. In the first game, seven homers are hit, including a pair by Jose Bautista, but the game is decided in the 11th inning when Toronto scores four runs on only one hit as Bryan Mitchell and Chasen Shreve combine for five walks and a hit batsman to win, 9 – 5. In the nitecap, New York starter Ivan Nova can’t get out of the 2nd inning and the Blue Jays prevail, 10 – 7, after a lengthy rain delay. Marcus Stroman is the winner in his first game since suffering a knee injury in spring training. For the Yankees, Brett Gardner hits three homers in the twinbill, including a pair of three-run shots in the second game, but it’s all for naught.

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The Orioles move closer to clinching the AL East title with a doubleheader sweep of the Yankees, 2 – 1 and 5 – 0. But they also get bad news as slugger Chris Davis is handed a 25-game suspension for testing positive for amphetamines.

The Orioles move closer to clinching the AL East title with a doubleheader sweep of the Yankees, 2 – 1 and 5 – 0. But they also get bad news as slugger Chris Davis is handed a 25-game suspension for testing positive for amphetamines.

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The French national team continues to show progress. Having stunned the Netherlands in the Yoshida Tournament, they upset the host German national team, 3 – 2, on the first day of the 2014 European Championship. René Leveret homers over the scoreboard off Luke Sommer in the 5th and Jacques Boucheron drives in Pierre Turettes with the winner. Pierrick Lemestre saves the game in relief of Owen Ozanich.

The French national team continues to show progress. Having stunned the Netherlands in the Yoshida Tournament, they upset the host German national team, 3 – 2, on the first day of the 2014 European Championship. René Leveret homers over the scoreboard off Luke Sommer in the 5th and Jacques Boucheron drives in Pierre Turettes with the winner. Pierrick Lemestre saves the game in relief of Owen Ozanich.

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2013 – The Yankees defeat the Orioles, 6 – 5, as their newest player, SS Brendan Ryan, acquired in a trade three days earlier, scores the winning run in the 9th. He opens the inning with a single and reaches third when O’s closer Jim Johnson throws Chris Stewart’s bunt into center field. Johnson then bounces a pitch to the screen to allow Ryan to score. The loss is a letdown for Baltimore, as Danny Valencia had tied the game with a three-run homer off David Robertson in the 8th.

2013 – The Yankees defeat the Orioles, 6 – 5, as their newest player, SS Brendan Ryan, acquired in a trade three days earlier, scores the winning run in the 9th. He opens the inning with a single and reaches third when O’s closer Jim Johnson throws Chris Stewart’s bunt into center field. Johnson then bounces a pitch to the screen to allow Ryan to score. The loss is a letdown for Baltimore, as Danny Valencia had tied the game with a three-run homer off David Robertson in the 8th.

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The A’s record their 12th straight win on the road in beating the Angels, 4 – 1. Rookie A.J. Griffin improves to 6-0 on the year; he is the first A’s pitcher to win his first six career decisions since Jim Nash started out 7-0 with the 1966 Kansas City Athletics.

The A’s record their 12th straight win on the road in beating the Angels, 4 – 1. Rookie A.J. Griffin improves to 6-0 on the year; he is the first A’s pitcher to win his first six career decisions since Jim Nash started out 7-0 with the 1966 Kansas City Athletics.

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The Yankees remain tied with the Orioles in the AL East with a 5 – 4 win over Boston. SS Derek Jeter has to leave the game in the 8th inning with a strained hamstring, although the injury does not appear to be serious. An inning earlier, Boston’s Dustin Pedroia also exited the game, but for a different reason: his wife Kelli, who is attending the game at Fenway Park, goes into labor to deliver the couple’s second child.

The Yankees remain tied with the Orioles in the AL East with a 5 – 4 win over Boston. SS Derek Jeter has to leave the game in the 8th inning with a strained hamstring, although the injury does not appear to be serious. An inning earlier, Boston’s Dustin Pedroia also exited the game, but for a different reason: his wife Kelli, who is attending the game at Fenway Park, goes into labor to deliver the couple’s second child.

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2011 – The Diamondbacks continue to roll, defeating the Dodgers, 7 – 2, for their 17th win in their last 20 games. They are now tied with the Brewers for the second-best record in the National League. Joe Saunders picks up the win over Ted Lilly. J.J. Putz registers his 39th save in an excellent comeback season after Bryan Shaw loads the bases with two outs in the 9th.

2011 – The Diamondbacks continue to roll, defeating the Dodgers, 7 – 2, for their 17th win in their last 20 games. They are now tied with the Brewers for the second-best record in the National League. Joe Saunders picks up the win over Ted Lilly. J.J. Putz registers his 39th save in an excellent comeback season after Bryan Shaw loads the bases with two outs in the 9th.

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The Phillies take the lead in the NL East on Roy Oswalt’s four-hit complete game shutout of the Mets, 3 – 0. Oswalt is now 6-1, 1.98, since being acquired from Houston at the trading deadline. Meanwhile, the Cardinals’Albert Pujols bangs two homers against Tim Hudson as the Braves lose, 7 – 3, to fall one game back of the Phils.

The Phillies take the lead in the NL East on Roy Oswalt’s four-hit complete game shutout of the Mets, 3 – 0. Oswalt is now 6-1, 1.98, since being acquired from Houston at the trading deadline. Meanwhile, the Cardinals’Albert Pujols bangs two homers against Tim Hudson as the Braves lose, 7 – 3, to fall one game back of the Phils.

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The Giants defeat the Padres, 6 – 1, and the two teams are now tied for the lead in the NL West. Tim Lincecum, who went through a rough patch in August, putting up an 0-5 record with a 7.82 ERA, wins his third straight September start and drives in two runs with a single. However, the Giants lose OF Andres Torres for two weeks as he undergoes an emergency appendectomy.

The Giants defeat the Padres, 6 – 1, and the two teams are now tied for the lead in the NL West. Tim Lincecum, who went through a rough patch in August, putting up an 0-5 record with a 7.82 ERA, wins his third straight September start and drives in two runs with a single. However, the Giants lose OF Andres Torres for two weeks as he undergoes an emergency appendectomy.

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Rookie 3B Casey McGehee of the Brewers continues to impress, belting two homers and driving in 6 runs on 4 hits in a 9 – 2 win over the Diamondbacks. He has 15 homers, 57 RBI and a .306 batting average for the year, putting in first or tied for first among National League rookies in all three triple crown categories.

Rookie 3B Casey McGehee of the Brewers continues to impress, belting two homers and driving in 6 runs on 4 hits in a 9 – 2 win over the Diamondbacks. He has 15 homers, 57 RBI and a .306 batting average for the year, putting in first or tied for first among National League rookies in all three triple crown categories.

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In the 2-1 victory over the Nationals, Jorge Cantu goes deep in the fourth inning, making the Marlins the first team in big league history to have four infielders hit 25 home runs in the same season. The Florida third baseman joins first baseman Mike Jacobs (32), second baseman Dan Uggla (30), and shortstop Hanley Ramirez (29) in accounting for 116 of the Fish’s 188 big flies this year.

In the 2-1 victory over the Nationals, Jorge Cantu goes deep in the fourth inning, making the Marlins the first team in big league history to have four infielders hit 25 home runs in the same season. The Florida third baseman joins first baseman Mike Jacobs (32), second baseman Dan Uggla (30), and shortstop Hanley Ramirez (29) in accounting for 116 of the Fish’s 188 big flies this year.

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In the 2-1 victory over the Nationals, Jorge Cantu goes deep in the fourth inning, making the Marlins the first team in big league history to have four infielders hit 25 home runs in the same season. The Florida third baseman joins first baseman Mike Jacobs (32), second baseman Dan Uggla (30), and shortstop Hanley Ramirez (29) in accounting for 116 of the Fish’s 188 big flies this year.

In the 2-1 victory over the Nationals, Jorge Cantu goes deep in the fourth inning, making the Marlins the first team in big league history to have four infielders hit 25 home runs in the same season. The Florida third baseman joins first baseman Mike Jacobs (32), second baseman Dan Uggla (30), and shortstop Hanley Ramirez (29) in accounting for 116 of the Fish’s 188 big flies this year.

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2008 – The Marlins make history in a 2 – 1 win over the Nationals, becoming the first team to have four infielders hit 25 or more homers. Jorge Cantú hits his 25th, joining Mike Jacobs (32), Dan Uggla (30) and Hanley Ramírez(29). Despite the power, Florida is barely over .500 at 75-72.

2008 – The Marlins make history in a 2 – 1 win over the Nationals, becoming the first team to have four infielders hit 25 or more homers. Jorge Cantú hits his 25th, joining Mike Jacobs (32), Dan Uggla (30) and Hanley Ramírez(29). Despite the power, Florida is barely over .500 at 75-72.

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At 39 years and 9 days old, Luis Gonzalez becomes the oldest player to hit 50 doubles in one season. The Diamondbacks outfielder, who also holds the club’s record for two baggers, surpasses Hall of Famer Tris Speaker, who was 38 years, 107 days old when he last legged a hit to second.

At 39 years and 9 days old, Luis Gonzalez becomes the oldest player to hit 50 doubles in one season. The Diamondbacks outfielder, who also holds the club’s record for two baggers, surpasses Hall of Famer Tris Speaker, who was 38 years, 107 days old when he last legged a hit to second.

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The Braves are mathematically eliminated from the division race as the Mets beat the Marlins, 6-4. The New York victory ends Atlanta’s streak of fourteen straight division titles, the longest run for any professional sport.

The Braves are mathematically eliminated from the division race as the Mets beat the Marlins, 6-4. The New York victory ends Atlanta’s streak of fourteen straight division titles, the longest run for any professional sport.

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The Braves are mathematically eliminated from the division race as the Mets beat the Marlins, 6-4. The New York victory ends Atlanta’s streak of fourteen straight division titles, the longest run for any professional sport.

The Braves are mathematically eliminated from the division race as the Mets beat the Marlins, 6-4. The New York victory ends Atlanta’s streak of fourteen straight division titles, the longest run for any professional sport.

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At 39 years and 9 days old, Luis Gonzalez becomes the oldest player to hit 50 doubles in one season. The Diamondbacks outfielder, who also holds the club’s record for two baggers, surpasses Hall of Famer Tris Speaker, who was 38 years, 107 days old when he last legged a hit to second.

At 39 years and 9 days old, Luis Gonzalez becomes the oldest player to hit 50 doubles in one season. The Diamondbacks outfielder, who also holds the club’s record for two baggers, surpasses Hall of Famer Tris Speaker, who was 38 years, 107 days old when he last legged a hit to second.

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2005 – Making his season debut with just 20 games left in the regular schedule, Barry Bonds returns to the Giants’ lineup with a bang, lining a double in his first at-bat and barely missing hitting his 704th career homer. The 41-year-old slugger had been placed on the disabled list at the start of the season due to an infection following knee surgery.

2005 – Making his season debut with just 20 games left in the regular schedule, Barry Bonds returns to the Giants’ lineup with a bang, lining a double in his first at-bat and barely missing hitting his 704th career homer. The 41-year-old slugger had been placed on the disabled list at the start of the season due to an infection following knee surgery.

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Making his season debut with just 20 games left in the regular schedule, Barry Bonds returns to the Giants lineup with a bang, lining a double in his first at-bat and barely missing hitting his 704th career homer. The 41 year-old slugger had been placed on the disabled list at the start of the season due to an infection following knee surgery.

Making his season debut with just 20 games left in the regular schedule, Barry Bonds returns to the Giants lineup with a bang, lining a double in his first at-bat and barely missing hitting his 704th career homer. The 41 year-old slugger had been placed on the disabled list at the start of the season due to an infection following knee surgery.

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2002 – A jury, and not a judge or umpires, will decide whether Alex Popov actually controlled Barry Bonds’s record-setting 73rd home run ball in his glove. Popov, who lost possession the ball valued at approximately $1 million after being mobbed by fans, claims it should belong to him and not Patrick Hayashi, who ended up with the historic souvenir.

2002 – A jury, and not a judge or umpires, will decide whether Alex Popov actually controlled Barry Bonds’s record-setting 73rd home run ball in his glove. Popov, who lost possession the ball valued at approximately $1 million after being mobbed by fans, claims it should belong to him and not Patrick Hayashi, who ended up with the historic souvenir.

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A jury, and not a judge or umpires, will decide whether Alex Popov actually controlled Barry Bonds’ record-setting 73rd home run in his glove. Popov, who lost possession of the ball valued at approximately $1 million after being mobbed by fans, claims the historic horsehide should belong to him and not Patrick Hayashi, who ended up with the valuable souvenir.

A jury, and not a judge or umpires, will decide whether Alex Popov actually controlled Barry Bonds’ record-setting 73rd home run in his glove. Popov, who lost possession of the ball valued at approximately $1 million after being mobbed by fans, claims the historic horsehide should belong to him and not Patrick Hayashi, who ended up with the valuable souvenir.

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On the same date the mark was established 68 years ago, Dave Hansen breaks Johnny Frederick’s 1932 record for pinch-hit home runs in a single season with his seventh round-tripper coming off the bench. The Dodger pinch-hitter’s historic homer, a seventh-inning three-run blast off Diamondback right-hander Curt Schilling, isn’t enough to prevent the team’s 5-4 loss to Arizona at Bank One Ballpark.

On the same date the mark was established 68 years ago, Dave Hansen breaks Johnny Frederick’s 1932 record for pinch-hit home runs in a single season with his seventh round-tripper coming off the bench. The Dodger pinch-hitter’s historic homer, a seventh-inning three-run blast off Diamondback right-hander Curt Schilling, isn’t enough to prevent the team’s 5-4 loss to Arizona at Bank One Ballpark.

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On the same date the mark was established 68 years ago, Dave Hansen breaks Johnny Frederick’s 1932 record for pinch-hit home runs in a single season with his seventh round-tripper coming off the bench. The Dodger pinch-hitter’s historic homer, a seventh-inning three-run blast off Diamondback right-hander Curt Schilling, isn’t enough to prevent the team’s 5-4 loss to Arizona at Bank One Ballpark.

On the same date the mark was established 68 years ago, Dave Hansen breaks Johnny Frederick’s 1932 record for pinch-hit home runs in a single season with his seventh round-tripper coming off the bench. The Dodger pinch-hitter’s historic homer, a seventh-inning three-run blast off Diamondback right-hander Curt Schilling, isn’t enough to prevent the team’s 5-4 loss to Arizona at Bank One Ballpark.

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Cubs’ slugger Sammy Sosa becomes the fourth major leaguer to hit 60 home runs in a season when he blasts a seventh-inning three-run shot off Milwaukee’s Valerio de los Santos in a 15-12 victorious slugfest at Wrigley Field. The Chicago right-fielder joins Babe Ruth (1927 Yankees), Roger Maris (1961 Yankees), and Mark McGwire (1998 Cardinals) in reaching one of baseball’s most cherished milestones.

Cubs’ slugger Sammy Sosa becomes the fourth major leaguer to hit 60 home runs in a season when he blasts a seventh-inning three-run shot off Milwaukee’s Valerio de los Santos in a 15-12 victorious slugfest at Wrigley Field. The Chicago right-fielder joins Babe Ruth (1927 Yankees), Roger Maris (1961 Yankees), and Mark McGwire (1998 Cardinals) in reaching one of baseball’s most cherished milestones.

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Cubs’ slugger Sammy Sosa becomes the fourth major leaguer to hit 60 home runs in a season when he blasts a seventh-inning three-run shot off Milwaukee’s Valerio de los Santos in a 15-12 victorious slugfest at Wrigley Field. The Chicago right-fielder joins Babe Ruth (1927 Yankees), Roger Maris (1961 Yankees), and Mark McGwire (1998 Cardinals) in reaching one of baseball’s most cherished milestones.

Cubs’ slugger Sammy Sosa becomes the fourth major leaguer to hit 60 home runs in a season when he blasts a seventh-inning three-run shot off Milwaukee’s Valerio de los Santos in a 15-12 victorious slugfest at Wrigley Field. The Chicago right-fielder joins Babe Ruth (1927 Yankees), Roger Maris (1961 Yankees), and Mark McGwire (1998 Cardinals) in reaching one of baseball’s most cherished milestones.

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Cubs OF Sammy Sosa becomes the 4th player in history to reach the 60-home run mark for a season when he slugs number 60 off Valerio de los Santos of the Brewers in the 7th inning of the 15 – 12 Chicago win.

Cubs OF Sammy Sosa becomes the 4th player in history to reach the 60-home run mark for a season when he slugs number 60 off Valerio de los Santos of the Brewers in the 7th inning of the 15 – 12 Chicago win.

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Florida C Charles Johnson sets a major league record by playing his 160th straight game without committing an error. The previous mark was set by Rick Cerone. The Marlins lose the game, however, 1 – 0 to the Giants.

Florida C Charles Johnson sets a major league record by playing his 160th straight game without committing an error. The previous mark was set by Rick Cerone. The Marlins lose the game, however, 1 – 0 to the Giants.

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Alex Rodriguez, in an 8-5 win over the Royals, sets a major league shortstop record with his 88th extra base hit. The Mariners infielder’s first-inning double off Chris Haney in the Kauffman Stadium contest establishes the new mark.

Alex Rodriguez, in an 8-5 win over the Royals, sets a major league shortstop record with his 88th extra base hit. The Mariners infielder’s first-inning double off Chris Haney in the Kauffman Stadium contest establishes the new mark.

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Alex Rodriguez, in an 8-5 win over the Royals, sets a major league shortstop record with his 88th extra base hit. The Mariners infielder’s first-inning double off Chris Haney in the Kauffman Stadium contest establishes the new mark.

Alex Rodriguez, in an 8-5 win over the Royals, sets a major league shortstop record with his 88th extra base hit. The Mariners infielder’s first-inning double off Chris Haney in the Kauffman Stadium contest establishes the new mark.

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