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Day In and Day Out: Baseball

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"The only church that truly feeds the soul, day in and day out, is the Church of Baseball." - Annie Savoy(character, 'Bull Durham')//////Daily Birthday-Deaths-Events-Box Scores: Check out : http://www.baseball-almanac.com/ ... http://www.retrosheet.org/ .... https://www.baseball-reference.com/ ....

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October 1854 – October Bill Tobin: from Hartford,CT, Worcester Ruby Legs Troy Trojans in 38 games and 152 AB 11 RBI // in the minors - 271 AB in 62 games, 29 R, 56 H Troy Trojans, Bull Durham, October 10, Worcester, Legs, Baseball, History, Games, Historia

Bill Tobin Career Stats Leagues Statistics & History | Baseball-Reference.com

All Professional Baseball Statistics for Bill Tobin.

1980 American League Championship Series Game 3 Box Score on Baseball Almanac. Bull Durham, Batting Average, Yankee Stadium, American League, Kansas City Royals, Baltimore Orioles, Detroit Tigers, Upper Deck, New York Yankees

1980 American League Championship Series Game 3 Box Score

Oct 10, 1980 - Holding on to a 2–1 lead in the seventh inning, pitcher Tommy John gave up a two-out double to Willie Wilson. Dick Howser brought in hard-throwing Goose Gossage, who gave up a single to U L Washington, bringing up George Brett. Brett had flirted with a .400 batting average, holding an average above .400 as late as September 19 before finishing the year at .390. Brett blasted a Gossage fastball into the upper deck, a three-run home run which stunned the Yankee Stadium crowd.

George Brett of the Kansas City Royals hits a threerun homerun against pitcher Goose Gossage of the New York Yankees as catcher Rich Cerone and. Bull Durham, Threes Game, American League, Kansas City Royals, Upper Deck, New York Yankees, Running, Concert, Catcher

Oct 10, 1980 - George Brett hits an upper-deck three-run home run off relief ace Goose Gossage to give the Kansas City Royals a 4 - 2 victory and a three-game sweep of the New York Yankees in the American League Championship Series.[photo - Brett / Larry McCoy,umpire/ Rick Cerone,Gossage,NYY]

DEATH: September 4, 1928 – October 9, 2018: Jose Santiago: RHP from Coamo, PR,1947-59//    Cleveland Indians (1954–1955)Kansas City Athletics (1956)//pitched on five straight pennant-winning teams in the minors//record of 3-2 and a 4.66 ERA during his 56 innings in the big leagues.Wound up with a minor league career record of 112-83 and a 3.22 ERA while pitching 1,503 innings. Playing For Keeps, Kids Playing, Mlb Players, Trading Card Database, Cleveland Indians, I Card, Baseball Cards, Sports, Kansas City

Jose Santiago (santijo01) - BR Bullpen

DEATH: September 4, 1928 – October 9, 2018: Jose Santiago: RHP from Coamo, PR,1947-59// Cleveland Indians (1954–1955)Kansas City Athletics (1956)//pitched on five straight pennant-winning teams in the minors//record of 3-2 and a 4.66 ERA during his 56 innings in the big leagues.Wound up with a minor league career record of 112-83 and a 3.22 ERA while pitching 1,503 innings.

1996 American League Championship Series Game 1 Box Score on Baseball Almanac. Bernie Williams, Yankee Stadium, American League, Baltimore Orioles, Game 1, New York Yankees, Scores, Deep

1996 American League Championship Series Game 1 Box Score

Oct 9, 1996 - The game remained tied at four after the fan assisted Jeter HR until the bottom of the eleventh, when Bernie Williams sent a long fly ball deep to left field off reliever Randy Myers for a walk-off homer. The Yankees now have a surprising 1-0 series lead.“Do I feel bad?” asked Jeter of his aided home run ball. “We won the game. Why should I feel bad? Ask them that.”

Oct 9, 1996 - Bernie Williams hits a home run in the 11th inning to give the New York Yankees a 5 - 4 victory over Baltimore in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series. The Yankees receive a great help from a young fan when 12-year-old Jeffrey Maier creates a game-tying homer by Derek Jeter in the 8th inning, when he reaches out and grabs a ball that was about to be caught by right fielder Tony Tarasco.[photo] Bernie Williams, Bull Durham, American League, Derek Jeter, Game 1, 12 Year Old, New York Yankees, Baltimore, Victorious

Oct 9, 1996 - Bernie Williams hits a home run in the 11th inning to give the New York Yankees a 5 - 4 victory over Baltimore in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series. The Yankees receive a great help from a young fan when 12-year-old Jeffrey Maier creates a game-tying homer by Derek Jeter in the 8th inning, when he reaches out and grabs a ball that was about to be caught by right fielder Tony Tarasco.[photo]

October 1862 – February Charlie Manlove: C from Philadelphia, Altoona Mountain City New York Gothams played in 5 games with 17 AB and 3 H, 4 SO Bull Durham, Mountain City, February 12, Philadelphia, Abs, York, Baseball, Crunches

Charlie Manlove Stats | Baseball-Reference.com

Career: 0 HR, .176 BA, 0 RBI, C/OF, Gothams/MountainCity 1884, b:R/t:R, born in PA 1862, died 1952, Chick

2000 National League Division Series Mets vs Giants Game 4 Box Score on Baseball Almanac. Bob Murphy, New York Mets Game, Robin Ventura, Shea Stadium, Giant Games, Game 4, National League, San Francisco Giants, Scores

2000 National League Division Series Mets vs Giants Game 4 Box Score

Oct 8, 2000 - Jones would get all the offense he would need on Robin Ventura's two-run home run in the first inning off of Mark Gardner. The Mets padded their lead in the fifth on Edgardo Alfonso's two-run double. Jones got Barry Bonds to fly out to center to end the game, and set off a raucous celebration at Shea Stadium. Mets announcer Bob Murphy would say following the final out, “ The Mets have never had a better ball game pitched in their 39-year history! ”

Oct 8, 2000 - Bobby J. Jones pitches the sixth complete game one-hitter in postseason history as the New York Mets eliminate the San Francisco Giants with a 4 - 0 win in Game 4 of their National League Division Series. It is the first one-hit shutout in the postseason since Jim Lonborg of the Boston Red Sox beat St. Louis in the 1967 World Series. 1967 World Series, Bull Durham, One Hitter, Game 4, National League, New York Mets, San Francisco Giants, Boston Red Sox, St Louis

Oct 8, 2000 - Bobby J. Jones pitches the sixth complete game one-hitter in postseason history as the New York Mets eliminate the San Francisco Giants with a 4 - 0 win in Game 4 of their National League Division Series. It is the first one-hit shutout in the postseason since Jim Lonborg of the Boston Red Sox beat St. Louis in the 1967 World Series.

October 1915 – January Little Dutch Meyer: Chicago Cubs Bull Durham, October 7, Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers, Chicago Cubs, Dutch, Baseball Hats, Drills, Football

October 7, 1915 – January 19, 2003: Little Dutch Meyer: Chicago Cubs (1937) Detroit Tigers (1940–1942) Cleveland Indians (1945–1946)//nephew of the TCU football coach Dutch Meyer// Managed in Tulsa in 1955, Meyer got into a serious argument with a young Roger Maris. Maris was in a terrible slump and Meyer devised a series of drills to help his youthful right fielder, but Maris refused to do them. Meyer kicked Maris off the team, and was subsequently fired.

April Al Leiter gets the W and brings his record to for this April. Mike Piazza drives in 6 for the Mets. Rick Helling takes the loss for ARI Don Baylor, Matt Morris, Jim Palmer, Casey Stengel, Mike Piazza, Dodger Game, Cardinals Game, Busch Stadium, Griffey Jr

1952 World Series Game 7 Box Score

Oct 7, 1952 - Its wait ‘til next year again for the Brooklyn Dodgers as they lose another heartbreaking World Series Game 7 to the New York Yankees 4-2.

Oct 7, 1952 - In Game 7 of the World Series, second baseman Billy Martin[photo on left]  makes a dramatic running catch on a high infield pop with the bases loaded. The Yankees  took the lead for good on a home run by Mickey Mantle [photo on right, Mantle with Phil Rizzuto] in the sixth inning. Mantle followed up with a RBI single in the seventh inning to give the Yankees a 4-2 lead. Phil Rizzuto, Bull Durham, Billy Martin, Game 7, Mickey Mantle, World Series, New York Yankees, Mlb, Legends

Oct 7, 1952 - In Game 7 of the World Series, second baseman Billy Martin[photo on left] makes a dramatic running catch on a high infield pop with the bases loaded. The Yankees took the lead for good on a home run by Mickey Mantle [photo on right, Mantle with Phil Rizzuto] in the sixth inning. Mantle followed up with a RBI single in the seventh inning to give the Yankees a 4-2 lead.

October 6, 1854 – October 29, 1924: Charles 'Pop' Snyder: C from Washington,DC, 1873- 91 //  He led his league in several defensive categories during his career, including putouts by a catcher three times, assists by a catcher three times, double plays by a catcher three times, and fielding percentage by a catcher three times.He also holds the all-time major league record with 763 passed balls.He umpired in four different leagues 1892-1901 Bull Durham, Double Play, October 29, Major League, Washington Dc, Catcher, Plays, All About Time, Led

October 6, 1854 – October 29, 1924: Charles 'Pop' Snyder: C from Washington,DC, 1873- 91 // He led his league in several defensive categories during his career, including putouts by a catcher three times, assists by a catcher three times, double plays by a catcher three times, and fielding percentage by a catcher three times.He also holds the all-time major league record with 763 passed balls.He umpired in four different leagues 1892-1901

1983 American League Championship Series Game 2 Box Score on Baseball Almanac. Bannister, American League, Baltimore Orioles, Chicago White Sox, Scores, Baseball, Games

1983 American League Championship Series Game 2 Box Score

Oct 6, 1983 - Gary Roenicke doubled to lead off the second off of Floyd Bannister, then scored on an error on Ken Singleton's groundball. In the fourth, Roenicke walked with one out, then scored on Singleton's double. Roenicke capped the game's scoring with a two-run home run in the sixth to give the Orioles a 4–0 win

Oct 1983 - Baltimore Orioles pitcher Mike Boddicker strikes out a playoff-record 14 batters en route to a 4 - five-hit victory over the Chicago White Sox in the second game of the ALCS. Usc Basketball, Basketball Court Layout, Basketball Game Tickets, Baseball Playoffs, Basketball Scoreboard, Basketball Uniforms, Basketball Legends, Baltimore Orioles, Chicago White Sox

Oct 6, 1983 - Baltimore Orioles pitcher Mike Boddicker strikes out a playoff-record 14 batters en route to a 4 - 0, five-hit victory over the Chicago White Sox in the second game of the ALCS.