On June 14, 1952, left-hander Warren Spahn of the Milwaukee Braves strikes out 18 Chicago Cubs in a 15-inning game. The future Hall of Famer allows only six hits in pitching the marathon. At the plate, Spahn hits a home run, but his efforts don’t prevent the Braves from losing the game, 3-1, on Hal Jeffcoat’s two-run triple.