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

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August

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September

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October

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November

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1900s[]

  • 1906 - Recovering from a case of diphtheria contracted before the season, Christy Mathewson made his first appearance of the year for the New York Giants. He pitched seven solid innings against the Boston Braves allowing seven hits before being relieved by Joe McGinnity, who allowed three runs in the ninth inning to turn a 4–3 margin into a 6–4 defeat.

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1920s[]

  • 1922 - Facing the Detroit Tigers, Bill Bayne of the St. Louis Browns pitched a no-hitter into the ninth inning. Detroit manager Ty Cobb then sent up five straight pinch hitters, the first of whom breaks up the no-hitter. One of the pinch hitters Cobb inserted was Bob Fothergill, who batted for him and stroked, becoming the only man ever to pinch hit Cobb. The Browns won, 6–1.

1930s[]

  • 1938 - Hal Kelleher of the Philadelphia Phillies faced 16 batters in the sixth inning as the Cubs scored 12 runs. Both marks are National League records off one pitcher in a single inning. The Cubs won 21–2 with Joe Marty collecting four hits, four runs, and four RBI. The loss goes to Wayne LaMaster, who threw just three pitches to leadoff batter Stan Hack before leaving the game with a pain in his throwing arm.

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