1993 – The Cleveland Indians trade pitcher Heathcliff Slocumb to the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for outfielder Ruben Amaro, Jr.
Jim Leyland savors his 1,500th win as a manager when the Tigers defeat the Athletics, 8 – 4, with a wild 10th inning. Oakland is cruising to a 1 – 0 victory after a solid start by Brandon McCarthy when Miguel Cabrera homers off Brian Fuentes to tie the game in the 9th. In the 10th, the A’s commit three errors and the Tigers score 7 runs, two on a bases-loaded double by Brennan Boesch that breaks the tie. The A’s then rally for 3 runs on their own in the bottom of the frame, but it is not enough to cancel Detroit’s outburst. Leyland is the 19th manager in history to reach the 1,500-win milestone.
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December 8, 1961
Cleveland’s right-hander Ray Caldwell no-hits the Yankees in the first game of a doubleheader sweep in New York, 3-0. The right-handed spitballer, released by the Red Sox in July, finishes the season winning five of six starts for the Tribe with an ERA of 1.71.
September 10, 1919
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