On September 6, 1936 — The Washington Senators sweep a pair from the visiting A’s winning, 7 – 1, and 7 – 5. Hod Lisenbee finishes both games for the A’s, losing the second game in relief of rookie Stu Flythe. Flythe allows no runs in 1 1/3 innings and throws a wild pitch in what will be his last major league appearance. In just 39.1 innings he throws 16 wild pitches to lead the American League.

 


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