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

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Sources

1800s[]

1900[]

  • 1904 - San Francisco beats Oakland, 2–1 behind James Whalen (32–23). Whalen ends the game with two shutout innings starting a 47 consecutive shutout inning streak through next season. The Oaks scored their lone run in the seventh inning. San Francisco wins the nitecap, 3–0.

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  • 1953 - The Brooklyn Dodgers sign the relatively unknown Walter Alston to a one-year pact as their manager for 1954. Alston, who had served as the skipper of the Dodgers’ Triple-A affiliate in Montreal, replaces Chuck Dressen after Pee Wee Reese turns down the job. Alston will manage the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers over the next 23 seasons, winning 2,040 games and four World Championships.

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  • 2004 - After guiding the Dodgers to their first title since 1995, the club signs manager Jim Tracy to a two-year extension. Tracy, who has had four consecutive winning seasons with the Dodgers, will resign before the 2006 season to manage the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Births[]

  • 1889 - George Burns, outfielder (d. 1966)
  • 1904 - Billy Rogell, infielder (d. 2003)
  • 1909 - Tom Winsett, outfielder (d. 1987)
  • 1911 - Joe Medwick, Hall of Fame outfielder (d. 1975)
  • 1923 - Danny Ozark, manager
  • 1930 - Bob Friend, All-Star pitcher
  • 1939 - Jim Northrup, outfielder
  • 1948 - Steve Yeager, catcher
  • 1962 - Randy Velarde, infielder
  • 1967 - Al Martin, outfielder
  • 1967 - Ben McDonald, pitcher
  • 1967 - Cal Eldred, pitcher
  • 1968 - Dave Hansen, infielder
  • 1976 - Mike Edwards, infielder/outfielder
  • 1976 - Damian Moss, pitcher
  • 1919 - Horacio Ramírez, pitcher
  • 1983 - José López, infielder

Deaths[]

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