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

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1800s

1900s

  • 1906 - Martín Dihigo was born in Matanzas, Cuba. Over the course of his career, Dihigo made seamless transitions between all nine positions and played in several countries. As a hitter he led the Negro Leagues in home runs in 1926 and 1935; as a pitcher he won more than 300 games and once defeated Satchel Paige while touring Cuba. Elected to the American Hall of Fame in 1977, Dihigo became the only player in baseball history to be inducted to the American, Cuban, Dominican, Mexican and Venezuelan Halls of Fame.

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  • 2006:
    • The Houston Astros stole seven bases, the most by any team in the majors in nearly four years, in an 8–5 loss to the Washington Nationals. The Astros, whose club record is eight stolen bases, last stole seven on April 13, 1999, against San Francisco. Florida was the last team in the majors to steal that many, on May 27, 2002, against the Mets. Washington third-string catcher Matthew LeCroy was benched during the seventh inning after allowing the seven stolen bases and committing two errors. "If my daddy was managing this team, I'm sure he would have done the same thing", LeCroy said.
    • The Kansas City Royals blew an early 6-0 lead and dropped its 13th straight game with a 13–8 loss to the Detroit Tigers. The skid is the second-longest ever for the Royals, who lost 19 straight last season and are a major league-worst 10-35.

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