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

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July

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August

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September

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October

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November

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1800s[]

  • 1885 - A lower court in New York decides that playing baseball on Sunday is a crime. This decision will be overturned, but it will be appealed.

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  • 1960 - The New Orleans Pelicans cease operation as a member of the Southern Association, and the Little Rock Travelers replaces them.

1970s[]

  • 1971 - Bernice Gera, a 39-year-old New York housewife, files a lawsuit against organized baseball, claiming violation of her civil rights. Mrs. Gera had completed an umpire school and signed a contract to work in the New York-Penn League, only to see the deal had been voided six days later with no explanation. Gera will eventually umpire one game before quitting.
  • 1974 - In Yuma, Arizona, San Francisco Giants twenty-four game-winning pitcher Ron Bryant is hurt in a pool accident, and his record will drop to 3-15 this season.

1980s[]

  • 1983 - Cy Young Award winner Pete Vuckovich is found to have a torn rotator cuff in his pitching shoulder that will sideline him for almost the entire 1983 season.

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2000s[]

  • 2006 - Two games were played today in Round Two of the inaugural World Baseball Classic:
    • Pool One:
      • At Angel Stadium, Chan Ho Park and four relievers combined to pitch a six-hitter, Jong Beom Lee hit a two-run double in the eighth inning, and South Korea beat Japan, 2–1, to clinch a spot in the semifinals. The United States, who would have been eliminated with a low-scoring win by Japan, can wrap up the other semifinal berth tomorrow with Roger Clemens on the mound by beating Mexico. South Korea went 3-0 in Round 2; the United States is 1-1, Japan finished 1-2, and Mexico is 0-2. The US beat Mexico 2-0 in the first round. South Korea (6-0) still as the only team undefeated in the Classic.
      • At Hiram Bithorn Stadium, Cuba earned a berth in semifinals after defeating Puerto Rico, 4–3. After getting pounded 12–2 by Puerto Rico in the first round, Cuba won two of its last three games to advance. Puerto Rico, which won its first four games of the WBC, was eliminated.

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