On May 12, 1926, Walter Johnson of the Washington Senators wins his 400th career game. The “Big Train” defeats the St. Louis Browns, 7-4, to reach the rarely-achieved milestone.
Baltimore Orioles and Los Angeles Angels set a major league record by combining to use 16 pitchers during a 14-inning game
June 25, 1961
Jim Perry of the Minnesota Twins becomes the first player to approve of being traded under the new “ten and five” rule
March 27, 1973
August 11, 1961
July 12, 1901