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The following are the events that happened world-wide throughout the sport of baseball.

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October

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  • 1942 - Due to the fear of a Japanese attack, west coast military leaders ask the Pacific Coast League to limit crowds to 3,000 fans.

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  • 1956 - Ed Rommel becomes the first major league umpire to wear glasses during a game as he arbitrates a contest between the Yankees and Senators.

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  • 2006:
    • Hanley Ramírez of the Florida Marlins hit his first major league career home run, and later added a second blast, collecting four RBI, in Florida's 12–6 victory over Cincinnati.
    • Luis Gonzalez of the Arizona Diamondbacks doubled to become the 21st major leaguer with 300 home runs and 500 doubles, as the Diamondbacks defeated San Francisco 7–4. Gonzalez joins a list led by Hank Aaron, who hit 755 homers and 624 doubles. The only other active player in the group is Barry Bonds, who hit his 567th double in the game.
    • For the first time since its first month of play, the Houston Astros has a .500 franchise record. With a 13–12 victory against the Milwaukee Brewers, the Astros became the 13th team in the majors with a record of .500 or better. The victory put the franchise at .500 for the first time since the Colt .45s, as the team was known, were 6-6 before a 2–1 loss to the Milwaukee Braves on April 27, 1962. The franchise record is 3,507-3,507. Carlos Lee went 4-for-5 with a pair of two-run home runs for Milwaukee.
    • Víctor Martínez of the Cleveland Indians extended his hitting streak to 13 games, going 3-for-6 in Cleveland's 15-1 rout of Baltimore.
    • The Kansas City Royals has lost nine games in a row following a 4-1 defeat to the Chicago White Sox, its longest skid since its team-record 19-game losing streak late last year. The Royals are a major league-worst 2-11.
    • Albert Pujols hit his major league leading 10th home run in St. Louis' 12–4 loss to Pittsburgh.

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  • 1925 - Charles Ebbets, executive (b. 1859)
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