On September 25, 1908 — The Senators score five runs in the 9th inning off Cleveland righthander Charlie Chech and beat the Naps, 6 – 1. Former Cleveland owner Frank DeHaas Robison, listening on the telephone to a friend’s play-by-play account of the Washington rally, collapses with a heart attack. He dies several hours later.
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