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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-1960s[]

  • 1918 - Outfielder Alex Burr is killed in France, becoming the third major leaguer to die of World War I. Eddie Grant and Bun Troy are the others. World War II casualties will be Elmer Gedeon and Harry O'Neill. Bob Neighbors will be listed as missing in action in Korean War to complete the casualty list.

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1980s[]

  • 1985 - In Game Four of the ALCS, Al Oliver pinch-hit a two-run double in the ninth inning to give the Blue Jays a 3–1 win over Kansas City and a 3-1 lead in the Series. Until this year's best-of-seven format was adopted, the three victories would have sent the Blue Jays to the World Series, but Kansas City will take advantage of the format change.
  • 1986 - The Boston Red Sox stave off elimination with a dramatic victory against the California Angels in Game Five of the ALCS. Dave Henderson's two-outs ninth-inning home run against Donnie Moore ties the game, setting the stage for the Red Sox’ 7–6 win in 11 innings. The Red Sox will come back to win the Series in seven games.

1990s[]

  • 1990 - Danny Jackson, Norm Charlton and Randy Myers combine on a one-hitter as Cincinnati beat the Pirates, 2–1, to win the NLCS in six games.
  • 1998 - The Atlanta Braves do it again, this time scoring five runs in the eighth inning to defeat San Diego, 7–6. Michael Tucker hits a 3–run home run in the inning, and drives home five runs altogether.

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