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    Baseball Marathons Lasting 20 Innings or More

    We are researching to discover all marathons lasting 20 innings or more. So far, we have discovered 648 such games. They are not easy to find. We discover most new games from three sources: (1) Latino Baseball, (2) the period of 1900-1929, and (3) recent games just played.

    I hope readers can take a look at our List, shown below, to see if you observe a game that is missing from the List, or if you know some of the missing details. If you do, please contact me, Phil Lowry, via e-mail at plowry1176@aol.com so that I can update the records.

    Thank you very much,

    Philip J. Lowry

    LONGEST GAMES LASTING 20 INNINGS OR MORE IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER BY DECADE (648) - 174 won by home, 200 by visitor, 90 ties, 184 unknown or neutral site

    1860’s OR EARLIER (0)

    No game, thus far, has been identified from the 1860’s or earlier as having lasted 20 or more innings.

    1870’s (2) – 0 won by home, 1 by visitor, 1 tie

    24 – South End Grounds (I), Boston, Massachusetts – 5/11/1877 – International Association at Inter-Collegiate Association – Manchester Professionals 0 Harvard College Crimson 0 in 3:30.

    21 – Girard Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - 6/29/1878 – Amateur at High School – Yeager 10 Girard College High School Orphans (later Cavaliers) 7 in 4:00.

    1880’s (1) - 1 unknown

    36 – North End Grounds, Stoneham, Massachusetts – 8/28/1880 – Zouaves 21 Benecia Boys 15 – 350 fans.

    1890’s (6) – 3 won by home, 0 by visitor, 2 ties, 1 unknown or neutral site

    22 – 11th Street Grounds, Tacoma, Washington – 5/16/1891 – Pacific Northwest League – Tacoma Daisies 6 Seattle Blues 5 in 3:35 – 900 fans – finished at 7:05 PM.

    25 – North Dakota State Militia Training Grounds, Devils Lake, North Dakota – 7/18/1891 – Red River Valley League – Grand Forks Black Stockings 0 Fargo Red Stockings 0 in 4:10 in the second game; Grand Forks won the first game – second game called at 8:10 PM to allow both teams to get on their train to return home.

    20 – League Park (I), Cincinnati, Ohio – 6/30/1892 – National League – Colts (later Cubs) 7 Reds 7 in 3:20 – 1300 fans.

    25 – Naugus Head, Marblehead, Massachusetts – 9/6/1894 – Amateur – Lynn and Boston Railroad Conductors 2 Lynn and Boston Railroad Motormen 1.

    20 – Sportsman’s Park (III), St. Louis, Missouri – 4/10/1898 – Western League at National League spring training exhibition – St. Louis Browns 12 Milwaukee Brewers 11 in 3:20.

    21 – Lake View Park, Peoria, Illinois - 6/26/1898 – Western Association – Peoria Blackbirds 8 St. Joseph Saints 4 in 4:00.

    1900’s (82) – 18 won by home, 32 by visitor, 13 ties, 19 unknown or neutral site

    20 – Richmond, Indiana – 7/1/1900 - Amateur – Covington All-Kentuckians 3 Richmond Entre Nous 0 in 3:15.

    20 – Pipestone, Minnesota – 9/12/1901 - Amateur – Lake Benton 3 Pipestone 2 in 3:45 in second game; Pipestone 7 Lake Benton 0 in first game.

    20 – Old Fair Grounds Park, Springfield, Missouri – 7/19/1902 – Missouri Valley League – Springfield Reds 2 Nevada Lunatics 1 in 5:00 – 3500 fans, 3500 fans at end – finished at 8:30 PM.

    25 – Patterson Park, Baltimore, Maryland – 5/26/1903 – Amateur – Pioneer Reserves 13 Easterns 10 in 6:17.

    21 – League Park, Pittsburg, Kansas - 7/7/1903 – Missouri Valley League – Pittsburg Coal Diggers 5 Joplin Miners 4; then Joplin vs. Pittsburg, called after 4 innings.

    20 – Driving Park, Kingston, New York – 8/10/1903 – Hudson River League – Hudson Marines 2 Kingston Colonials 2 in 3:10 – 600 fans.

    30 – Van Wert, Ohio - ?/??/1904 – Amateur – Independent Team A with Hay of Kankakee pitching 3 Independent Team B 2.

    20 – Fairgrounds, Henderson, Kentucky – 8/11/1904 – Kentucky-Illinois-Tennessee (Kitty) League – Cairo Egyptians 4 Henderson Blue Birds 2.

    20 – West Fitchburg (later Fitchburg), Massachusetts – 8/17/1904 – Amateur – Cleghorn 9 Hill Tops 8.

    20 – League Grounds, Paducah, Kentucky – 6/18/1905 – Negro League – St. Louis Lloyds 8 Paducah Nationals 8 – 1000 fans – called at 7:00 PM when the Heartless Unfeeling Street Car Man appeared on the field and stated, “Men, you’ll have to cut it out, see? These trailers have got to be brought in”.

    21 – League Park, Princeton, Indiana – 6/27/1905 – Kentucky-Illinois-Tennessee (Kitty) League – Hopkinsville Hoppers 4 Princeton Infants 2 in 3:10 – 200 fans – finished at 6:10 PM.

    23 – Goodwater Grove (later Oak Park, then Billy Hebert Field), Stockton, California – 7/2/1905 – California State League – Stockton Millers 1 Lodi Crushers 0 in 3:26.

    20 – Huntington Grounds, Boston, Massachusetts – 7/4/1905 – American League – Athletics 4 Americans (later Red Sox) 2 in 3:31 in p.m. game, Athletics 5 Americans 2 in 1:52 in a.m. game – 12,666 fans for p.m. game, 8797 fans for a.m. game.

    21 – Hardin, Ohio - 7/16/1905 – Amateur – Hardin Champs 5 Portsmouth 4.

    22 – Park, Frostburg, Maryland – 8/12/1905 – Amateur – Frostburg Champions 1 Lonaconing 0.

    23 – Adena, Ohio - 8/13/1905 – Amateur - Mount Pleasant 1 Adena 1.

    20 – Huntingdon Street Grounds (later National League Park (III), then Baker Bowl), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – 8/24/1905 – National League - Cubs 2 Phillies 1 in 4:00 – 5457 fans.

    21 – The Bronx Ballfield, New York, New York - 9/3/1905 – Amateur – Exchange 4 Fultons 3 in 3:25.

    20 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – 5/31/1906 – Pennsylvania High School League – Haddonfield (later Haddonfield Memorial) High School (New Jersey) vs. Roman Catholic High School for Boys Cahillites, not a tie game.

    21 – Columbus, Ohio - 6/10/1906 – Amateur – Mitchel Specials 0 West Side Nationals 0.

    20 – McBurney Field, Pitman, New Jersey - 7/4/1906 – Amateur - Camden West End 2 Pitman 1 in 0a.m. game; Camden West End 7 Pitman 1 in p.m. game.

    20 – Chester, Pennsylvania - 7/4/1906 – Amateur – Fifth Ward Travelers 3 Shinnecock 2.

    20 – Broad Street Park, Richmond, Virginia – 7/18/1906 – Negro League – Astorias 8 Thebians 5 – 1000 fans.

    21 – Riverside Park, Neligh, Nebraska - 7/21/1906 – Amateur – Neligh 9 Willowdale 8.

    20 – Athletic Park, Monessen, Pennsylvania - 8/11/1906 – Amateur - Glassport Athletic Club 5 Monessen East End Athletic Club 4.

    24 – Huntington Grounds, Boston, Massachusetts – 9/1/1906 – American League – Athletics 4 Americans (later Red Sox) 1 in 4:47, 2nd game postponed – 18,084 fans – finished at 6:47 PM.

    20 – Miners Park, Joplin, Missouri - 9/4/1906 – Western Association – Joplin Miners 0 Webb City Gold Bugs 0 in 3:15 – 150 fans.

    20 – Washington (later Roberto Clemente) Park, Lowell, Massachusetts – 4/27/1907 – New England League – Haverhill Hustlers 1 Lowell Tigers 1 in 3:25 – 3200 fans.

    21 – Millerville (later Millville), Massachusetts - 5/25/1907 – Woonsocket Mill League – Taft-Pierce Mill of Woonsocket 4 Alice Mill of Woonsocket 2 in 3:18.

    23 – Cook Athletic Park, Hutchinson, Kansas – 5/29/1907 – Western Association – Oklahoma City Mets 2 Hutchinson Salt Packers 1 in 3:10 – 900 fans, 1500 fans at end – finished at 7:10 PM.

    28 – Dorchester Franklin Field Diamond #5, Boston, Massachusetts – 6/8/1907 – Boston Grammar School League Championship Game – Henry L. Pierce Grammar School of Dorchester 4 Bennet Grammar School of Brighton 3 in 5:50 – finished at 3:50 PM.

    20 – Clerks’ Field, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania – 6/11/1907 – Amateur – Never Works 13 Never Sweats 12.

    21 – League Park, Jacksonville, Illinois - 6/26/1907 – Iowa State League - Jacksonville Lunatics 3 Burlington Pathfinders 2 in 3:05 – 419 fans.

    21 – Gilmore Ground, Gilmore City, Iowa - 6/26/1907 – Amateur – Humboldt Colts 1 Gilmore City Midgets 0 in 5:00 – finished at 8:05 PM – Humboldt batter Arch Wilder singled in top of 21st, stole second, was safe at third when comebacker to pitcher was thrown to third even though throw beat him by six feet, then stole home and was called safe even though throw beat him by eight feet; umpire Harve Clark was from Humboldt.

    21 – Denton, Texas - 6/30/1907 – Amateur – Root Beers 1 Dinkelspeil Sluggers 1.

    21 – Washington, Pennsylvania - 7/3/1907 – Amateur – Juniors 7 Imperials 6.

    30 – Brookside Park, Cleveland, Ohio - 7/4/1907 – Amateur – Brooklyn Athletic Club 4 East End All Stars 1 in 5:50.

    36 – Recreation Park (I), Columbus, Ohio – 7/13/1907 – Amateur – Heintz Victors 2 Columbus Selects 2 in 3:50.

    20 – Graham Diamond, Graham, Texas – 7/10/1907 – Amateur – Gainesville 2 Graham 1.

    23 – Hagemeister (later Bellevue) Park, Green Bay, Wisconsin – 7/14/1907 – Wisconsin Association – Green Bay Orphans 2 La Crosse Badgers 1 in 4:05 – 1800 fans.

    22 – Cooperstown Diamond, Cooperstown, North Dakota – 7/19/1907 – Amateur – Hannaford 2 Binford 1 in 3:10.

    20 – Webb Park, Marion, Ohio - 7/20/1907 – Ohio-Pennsylvania League – Mansfield Pioneers 2 Marion Drummers 1 in 2:18 – 800 fans.

    22 – Ringwood Park, Clinton, Iowa - 7/25/1907 – Illinois-Indiana-Iowa (Three-I) League – Peoria Distillers 3 Clinton Infants 0 in 3:10.

    23 – Mount Holly, New Jersey – 8/4/1907 – Amateur – Ex-Philadelphia 3 Harrison of Mount Holly 2.

    21 – Point Grounds, Johnstown, Pennsylvania - 8/8/1907 – Delaware/New Jersey/Pennsylvania (Tri-State) League – Johnstown Johnnies 4 Reading Pretzels 3 in 2:45.

    21 – Castroville, Texas - 8/11/1907 – Amateur – Medina Stars 3 Lone Stars 2.

    24 – Wehrle Park, Newark, Ohio – 8/23/1907 – Ohio-Pennsylvania League – Sharon Giants 3 Newark Newks 2.

    20 – Arcadia, California - 3/15/1908 – Southern California State League – Santa Anita 4 Arcadia Eagles 3 in 3:00.

    20 – Dorchester Franklin Field, Boston, Massachusetts – 4/25/1908 – Boston Grammar School League – Lauriat Grammar School of Dorchester 5 Norfolk Grammar School of Dorchester 4.

    22 – Greenwood, South Carolina - 4/26/1908 – South Carolina High School League – Anderson Boy’s High School Yellowjackets 5 Greenwood High School Eagles 4 in 3:45 – finished at 7:15 PM.

    20 – Electric Park, Aberdeen, Washington - 5/6/1908 – Northwestern League – Butte Miners 3 Aberdeen Black Cats 3 in 3:45.

    23 – Kingfisher, Oklahoma – 5/11/1908 – Oklahoma State League – Crescent 0 Kingfisher 0.

    20 – Athletic Park, Newton, Kansas - 5/26/1908 – Central Kansas League pre-season exhibition – Newton Railroaders 3 McPherson Merry Macks 2 in 3:15 – finished at 6:45 PM.

    20 – School Playgrounds, Lawrenceville, New Jersey - 5/29/1908 – Mid-Atlantic Prep League – Lawrenceville School Big Red 3 Mercersburg Academy Blue Storm 2 in 3:00.

    25 – Prosperity, Missouri – 5/31/1908 – Interstate (Kansas/Missouri/Oklahoma) League – Mineral 8 Prosperity 6 in 4:18 – finished at 6:18 PM.

    22 – Schaller, Iowa – 6/4/1908 – Amateur – Sac City 3 Schaller 3 in 3:30 – finished at 6:00 PM.

    20 – New Straitsville or Shawnee, Ohio - 6/19/1908 – Amateur – New Straitsville 6 Shawnee 5 in 3:30.

    20 – Butte, Montana - 6/19/1908 – Amateur – Main Street Juniors 2 Missoula Avenue Nine 2.

    24 – McClelland, Iowa – 6/24/1908 – Amateur – Lee-Glass-Andreesen Originals 2 McClelland 2 in 4:35.

    20 – Opportunity (later Recreation, then Burkart, then Aces) Park, Saginaw or Fairgrounds-Keeley Park, Jackson, Michigan - 6/30/1908 – Southern Michigan Association - Saginaw Wa-wa’s 5 Jackson Convicts 4.

    22 – Adelaide Park, Providence, Rhode Island – 7/4/1908 – Tim O’Neil League – Red Hooks of Providence 5 Olneyville 4 in 3:30 – finished at 2:35 PM.

    21 – Vincennes, Illinois - 7/18/1908 – Eastern Illinois League – Charleston Evangelists 4 Vincennes Alices 3.

    21 – Athletic Grounds, Sheboygan, Wisconsin - 7/19/1908 – Lakeshore League – Sheboygan Chairmakers 1 Milwaukee White Sox 0 in 3:40 – finished at 6:25 PM.

    23 – North Corry Fairgrounds, Corry, Pennsylvania – 7/25/1908 – Semi-Pro – Falconer (NY) 3 Corry (PA) 1 in 3:50 – 1000 fans.

    20 – Canistota, South Dakota – 7/25/1908 – Amateur – Emery 1 Canistota 1.

    20 – Vaughn Street Ballpark (later Lucky Beaver Stadium), Portland, Oregon - 8/2/1908 – Pacific Coast League – San Francisco Seals 6 Portland Beavers 5 in 3:40.

    23 – Fond du Lac, Wisconsin - 8/4/1908 – Wisconsin-Illinois League – Oshkosh Indians 4 Fond du Lac Cubs 2 in 3:40.

    21 – Midlothian, Texas - 8/15/1908 – Amateur – Arkansaw 4 West End 4.

    21 – Shoyerstown, Pennsylvania – sometime in the Summer before 8/25/1908 – Amateur – Lebanon at Shoyerstown; final score 1-0.

    20 – League Park, Jacksonville, Illinois - 9/3/1908 – Central Association – Jacksonville Lunatics 4 Ottumwa Packers 1 in 2:50.

    21 – Seattle, Washington – 4/18/1909 – Fort Casey Soldiers 1 Websters of Seattle 0.

    26 – Bloomington Grounds, Bloomington, Illinois – 5/31/1909 – Illinois-Indiana-Iowa (Three-I) League – Decatur Commodores 2 Bloomington Bloomers 1 in 4:20, rain delay 0:15 bottom 5th, 2nd game postponed – 1200 fans – finished at 6:35 PM.

    24 – Freeman’s Park, Oakland, California – 6/8/1909 – Pacific Coast League – San Francisco Seals 1 Oakland Oaks 0 in 3:35.

    26 – Athletic Park, Dixon, Illinois – 6/25/1909 – Semi-Pro League – Dixon Browns 3 Muscatine Independents 2 in 4:00 – 150 fans, 1000 fans at end – finished at 7:20 PM.

    20 – Ballinger, Texas – 6/26/1909 - Amateur – Granbury 3 Ballinger 2 in 2:20, 2nd game postponed.

    22 – Sodality Park, San Jose, California - 6/26/1909 – Amateur – Junior Outlaws 11 Sodality Stars 9.

    21 – Yoakum, Texas – 7/4/1909 – Amateur – Pete Daileys of Houston 3 Yoakum 2.

    24 – Ashmont Playground, Boston, Massachusetts – 7/18/1909 – Amateur 14-Year Old League – Norfolks of Dorchester 6 Rosemonts of Ashmont 5.

    20 – Polo Grounds, Los Angeles, California – 7/26/1909 - Amateur – West Jefferson Merchants 3 Golden State Wine Company 2 in 3:25.

    21 – McPherson, Kansas – 7/27/1909 – Kansas State League – Lyons Lions 2 McPherson Merry Macks 1 in 2:50.

    22 – Recreation Park, Vancouver, Province of British Columbia, Canada – 7/31/1909 – Northwestern League – Portland Colts 3 Vancouver Beavers 0 in 3:08.

    20 – Edgerton, Indiana – 8/9/1909 - Amateur – Woodburn 6 Edgerton Browns 5 – 300 fans.

    1910’s (97) – 21 won by home, 22 by visitor, 30 ties, 24 unknown or neutral site

    21 – Athletic Grounds, Sheboygan, Wisconsin - 6/5/1910 – Lakeshore League – Sheboygan Chairmakers 2 Port Washington 1 – 1000 fans – finished at 7:05 PM.

    21 – Seal Gardens, Los Angeles, California - 6/12/1910 – Amateur – Nadeaus 5 Los Angeles Merchants 4 in 3:00.

    22 – Danville, Ohio - 6/16/1910 – Amateur - Amity 6 Danville 6 in 5:00.

    20 – Old Settlers Picnic Grounds, Palmer, Iowa - 6/28/1910 – Semi-Pro – Pocahontas Greys 2 Pomeroy Maroons 2 – 1500 fans - called on account of darkness at 6:00 PM – subsequent playoff was played on 7/15/1910 at Pomeroy with score of Pomeroy 1 Pocahontas 0 in 12 innings.

    24 – Union Park, Clarksburg, West Virginia – 7/3/1910 – West Virginia League - Mannington Drillers 1 Clarksburg Bees 1 in 3:00 – 500 fans.

    23 – League Park, San Antonio, Texas – 7/5/1910 – Texas League – Waco Navigators 1 San Antonio Bronchos 1 in 4:14; 2nd game postponed – finished at 6:44 PM.

    21 – Springbrook (later Playland) Park, South Bend, Indiana - 7/13/1910 – Central League – South Bend Bronchos 1 Zanesville Potters 0 in 3:35, 2nd game postponed.

    20 – Hippodrome, Bridgeton, New Jersey – 7/20/1910 - Amateur – Roxboro Talmage 2 Bridgeton 0.

    21 – Decatur, Nebraska – sometime in the Summer before 10/2/1910 – Negro League at Amateur – Omaha Giants 1 Decatur 0.

    20 – Azuza, California - 4/7/1911 – Amateur – Azuza 5 Cucamonga 4.

    20 – Mercer Park on Tattnall Square, Macon, Georgia – 4/15/1911 – College at High School – Hall’s School 4 Georgia-Alabama Business College 3 in 2:45.

    23 – Crete, Nebraska - 5/18/1911 – Amateur – Doane 1 Peru 0.

    20 – Kirksville, Missouri - 5/25/1911 – Missouri State League – Kirksville Osteopaths 2 Macon Athletics 1.

    24 – Tumbling Run Park, Pottsville, Pennsylvania – 6/18/1911 – Amateur – Reading Ruth Athletic Club 1 Pottsville Alerts 0 in 4:00.

    20 – East Berlin, Pennsylvania – 8/5/1911 – Amateur - New Oxford 5 East Berlin 4.

    21 – Ironwood, Michigan – 8/6/1911 – Upper Peninsula League – Cary Empires 4 Ironwood Tigers 2 in 4:05, 2nd game between Ironwood and Temple Theatre postponed – finished at 6:10 PM.

    23 – Forbes, Minnesota – 9/5/1911 – Amateur – Forbes 2 Kenan Duluth, Missabe, and Northern (DM&N) Railroad 1.

    24 – Buffalo Park, Sacramento, California – 9/10/1911 – Pacific Coast League – Portland Beavers 1 Sacramento Senators 1 in 3:45 – 3000 fans – finished at 5:15 PM – called on account of darkness.

    21 – Washington Park, Los Angeles, California – 9/15/1911 – Pacific Coast League - Sacramento Sacts 4 Los Angeles Angels 4 in 3:10.

    22 – Piedmont Grounds, Portland, Oregon - 9/22/1911 – Amateur – Piedmont 3 Dooley and Company 2.

    20 – Boyd Field, Norman, Oklahoma – 4/25/1912 – College – Oklahoma A&M College (later University) Aggies (later Tigers, then Cowboys) 1 University of Oklahoma Sooners 1 in 3:00.

    21 – Beaumont Mill Field, Spartanburg, South Carolina – 6/15/1912 – South Carolina Textile League – Beaumont Mill 1 Inman Mill 0.

    21 – Local Ground, St. Cloud, Minnesota – 6/16/1912 – Amateur – Collegians 5 Abeles West End 2 in 4:30.

    20 – Kansas City, Missouri - 8/2/1912 – 17-Year Old Junior League – Yale Blues 22 Buddie Blues 11 – Yale Blues scored 20 runs in top 20th; Buddie Blues scored 9 runs in bottom 20th.

    20 – Marysville, California - 8/4/1912 – Amateur – Hammonton 4 Marysville 3.

    28 – Columbus Avenue Grounds, Boston, Massachusetts – 9/11/1912 – Amateur – Willow Athletic Club 5 St. Philips’ All-Stars 4 in 4:30 – finished at 2:30 PM.

    20 – Seldom Seen Park, Monessen, Pennsylvania - 5/4/1913 – Amateur – Seldom Seen 55 Dutchtown Juniors 16.

    23 – Bangs, Texas – 5/23/1913 – Amateur – Antioch 1 Live Oak 1.

    20 – Athletic Park, Honolulu, Hawai’i - 5/31/1913 – Oahu League – Honolulu Stars 3 Punahou Athletic Club (AC) 1.

    21 – Desmet (later De Smet), South Dakota – 6/1/1913 – Amateur – Desmet (later De Smet) 4 Lake Preston 3.

    20 – Pocahontas, Virginia - 6/5/1913 – Amateur – Giants Junior 1 Junior Cubs 0.

    20 – League Park, Champaign, Illinois - 6/19/1913 – Illinois-Missouri League – Champaign Velvets 6 Kankakee Daffydils 5 in 3:37 – finished at 7:07 PM.

    20 – Franklin Park, Adrian, Michigan – 7/17/1913 – Southern Michigan Association – Battle Creek Crickets 1 Adrian Champs 1.

    24 – Baltimore, Maryland – 7/26/1913 – Amateur – White Lilies 4 Locust Point Junior All-Stars 2 in 5:00 – finished at 3:00 PM.

    20 – West Side (later Skeeters) Park, Jersey City, New Jersey – 8/12/1913 – International League - Toronto Maple Leafs 0 Jersey City Skeeters 0 in 3:20 – called on account of darkness.

    21 – Kankakee, Illinois - 5/25/1914 – Illinois-Missouri League – Streator Boosters 2 Kankakee Kanks 2.

    20 – Washington Park, Los Angeles, California - 5/27/1914 – Pacific Coast League - Oakland Oaks 4 Venice Tigers 2 in 4:02 – finished at 7:02 PM.

    20 – Nicollet Park, Minneapolis, Minnesota – 6/9/1914 - American Association – Minneapolis Millers 3 Louisville Colonels 2 in 3:31 – 1500 fans.

    20 – Bertram Field, Salem, Massachusetts – 6/10/1914 – Massachusetts High School League – Salem High School Witches 6 Haverhill High School Hillies 5 in 4:20 – finished at 7:40 PM.

    23 – Athletic Park, Hutchinson, Kansas – 7/3/1914 – Kansas State League – Hutchinson Salt Packers 4 Great Bend Millers 3.

    23 – Brewster Park, New Haven, Connecticut – 7/14/1914 - Eastern Association – Hartford Senators 2 New Haven White Wings 1 in 3:55, 2nd game postponed.

    21 - Forbes Field, Pittsburg (later Pittsburgh), Pennsylvania – 7/17/1914 – National League – Giants 3 Pirates 1 in 3:42 – mythical account of game ending with Giant outfielder Red Murray being knocked unconscious by lightning as he caught a fly ball barehanded for the final out is untrue, Murray actually did make “the Catch” here barehanded, illuminated by lightning, five years earlier on 8/16/1909 in the bottom of the 8th with two on and two out, thus preserving a 2-2 8-inning tie game, since rain washed out the game after his catch, but he was not struck by the lightning bolt nor was he knocked unconscious.

    28 – Delaware City (now Delaware), Ohio – 7/18/1914 – Amateur – Columbus Champions 1 Delaware Stars 0.

    21 – Three-I Park, Dubuque, Iowa - 7/18/1914 – Amateur – Farley & Leotscher & Company Second Floor 2 Farley Leotscher First Floor 1.

    22 – Riverside Park, Sioux City, Iowa – 7/19/1914 – Western League – Wichita Wolves 3 Sioux City Indians 2 in 4:48.

    20 – Dugdale Park (II), Seattle, Washington – 7/19/1914 – Northwestern League – Spokane Indians 6 Seattle Giants 1 in 3:03.

    22 – Sag Harbor, New York – 7/25/1914 – Amateur – Sag Harbor Whalers 2 Southold 1 in 3:17.

    21 – Camp Vincent Fairgrounds, Watertown, New York - ?/??/1914 – Negro League at Amateur – Harrisville Adirondacks defeated Havana Red Sox.

    20 – Ellsworth Park, Ellsworth, Pennsylvania – 8/15/1914 – Amateur – Vandergrift 4 Scottdale Independents 3.

    20 – Sans Souci Park, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania – 9/13/1914 – Amateur – Heights Spauldings 3 Young Lions 2.

    20 – western part of Oklahoma - ?/??/1910’s – Amateur – Elk City 4 unknown opponent 2, Cot Deal’s father Roy B. Deal pitched the whole way for Elk City, and hit 2-run homer to win game in 20th.

    21 – Arapaho, Oklahoma - ?/??/1915 – Amateur – Elk City 0 unknown opponent 0, Cot Deal’s father Roy B. Deal pitched the whole way for Elk City.

    25 – Green Bay, Wisconsin – 4/12/1915 – Amateur – White Sox 2 Fox Stars 1.

    21 – High School Grounds, Dallas, Texas - 5/1/1915 – Amateur – Revico 11 Rounders 10.

    20 – Cuba – 5/9/1915 – Amateur National League – Progressos 8 Athletics 7.

    20 – Wehrle Park, Charleston, West Virginia - 6/27/1915 – Ohio State League – Lexington Colts 5 Charleston Senators 2 in 3:25.

    22 – Athletic Park, Burlington, Iowa – 6/27/1915 – Central Association – Keokuk Indians 0 Burlington Pathfinders 0 in 3:50 – finished at 6:10 PM.

    20 – Hannibal, Missouri - 7/2/1915 – Negro League Amateur – Hannibal Browns 5 Hannibal Eagles 5 in 3:20.

    23 – Wehrle Park, Newark, Ohio – 7/4/1915 – Amateur – Knights of Columbus 2 Athletics 2.

    21 – Haight Street Grounds, San Francisco, California - 7/4/1915 – Amateur – Great Western Power 2 Haight Street Merchants 2.

    20 ½ – Hanes Field, Durham, North Carolina - 7/5/1915 – North Carolina State League – Raleigh Capitals 2 Durham Bulls 2 in 3:11 in p.m. game, called due to darkness with Durham batting in bottom of 21st; Raleigh 3 Durham 2 in 3:05 and 14 innings in a.m. game at League Park, Raleigh, North Carolina – 1500 fans for p.m. game; 700 fans for a.m. game.

    20 – Medford, New Jersey - 7/10/1915 – Burlington County Semi-Pro League – Mount Holly 0 Medford 0.

    21 – Rowells Field, Salem, Massachusetts – 7/22/1915 – Salem Playground League – Rowells Field 3 Bridge Street Nine 2 in 3:15.

    21 – Rock Island Park, Owatonna, Minnesota - 7/25/1915 – Mankato 1 Owatonna Gray Sox 1 in 3:57 in 2nd game, Mankato vs. Owatonna in 7 innings in 1:15 in 1st game – 2nd game called at 5:57 PM.

    20 – Bridgewater, South Dakota - 7/31/1915 – Amateur – Salem 1 Bridgewater 1.

    23 – League Park, Norfolk, Virginia - 8/14/1915 – Virginia League – Suffolk Tigers 2 Norfolk Tars 2 in 3:40.

    23 – Peoria, Illinois – 9/3/1915 – Semi-Pro – Proctor Recreational Centers 4 Keifer’s Colts 3 in 3:30 in afternoon game; Proctor 0 Keifer’s 0 in 11 inningss in morning game.

    22 – League Park, Norfolk, Virginia - 9/4/1915 – Virginia League – Norfolk Tars 3 Suffolk Tigers 3.

    24 – Glendon, Pennsylvania – 7/3/1916 – Professional at Amateur – Reading Kolbs’ Professionals 3 Glendon 3.

    22 – Douglas Park, Rock Island, Illinois - 7/9/1916 – Illinois-Indiana-Iowa (Three-I) League – Hannibal Mules 8 Rock Island Islanders 3 in 4:00.

    21 – Monte Vista, Colorado – Amateur - 7/25/1916 – Montrose 4 Monte Vista 4; called due to darkness.

    20 – Gulfview Park, Galveston, Texas – 8/13/1916 – Texas League – Waco Navigators 4 Galveston Pirates 1.

    20 – Berthold, North Dakota – 8/27/1916 – Amateur – Minot defeated Berthold.

    20 – Willow Lakes, South Dakota - 6/19/1917 – Amateur – Bancroft 3 Iroquois 2.

    23 - Monticello, Indiana - 7/1/1917 - Semi-Pro - Monticello 5 Royal Centre 4 in 2:40.

    21 – Antelope Park, Lincoln, Nebraska - 8/12/1917 – Western League – Lincoln Links 2 Joplin Miners 1 in 3:38.

    22 – Ebbets Field, Brooklyn, New York – 8/22/1917 – National League – Robins (later Dodgers) 6 Pirates 5 in 4:15 in 1st game, Pirates 0 Robins 0 in 2 innings in 2nd game, called off – 1st game finished at 5:45 PM.

    20 – Sixth Street Park, St. Joseph, Missouri – 8/26/1917 – Western League – Des Moines Boosters 4 St. Joseph Drummers 3 in 4:00.

    20 – Exeter, Pennsylvania – 9/9/1917 – Amateur – Nanticoke W.S. 2 Exeter Stars 2 in 3:20.

    20 – Goat (later Yerba Buena) Island, San Francisco, California - 9/15/1917 – Amateur – Oakland Naval Training Station Sailors 1 Oakland Vampires 0 in 3:10.

    21 – South Side Playgrounds, San Francisco, California - 9/16/1917 – Amateur – Jeffersons 10 Mission Merchants 9.

    20 – Panther Park, Fort Worth, Texas – 5/8/1918 – Texas League – Shreveport Gassers 1 Fort Worth Panthers 1.

    20 – Rose Field, Terre Haute, Indiana – 5/28/1918 – Indiana State Normal School Teachers 0 Rose Polytechnic College Engineers 0.

    20 – Sixth Street Park, St. Joseph, Missouri – 6/1/1918 – Western League – Joplin Miners 3 St. Joseph Saints 1.

    21 – Weeghman Park (later Cubs’ Park, then Wrigley Field), Chicago, Illinois – 7/17/1918 – National League - Cubs 2 Phillies 1 in 4:00 – finished at 7:00 PM.

    21 – Braves (later Nickerson) Field, Boston, Massachusetts – 8/1/1918 – National League – Pirates 2 Braves 0.

    24 – Pittsburg (later Pittsburgh), Pennsylvania – 8/2 or 8/3/1918 – Amateur 16-18 Year-Old League – winning team with Eckert pitching whole game 1 unknown opponent using three pitchers 0.

    20 – San Francisco, California – 11/24/1918 – Amateur – Colma 4 San Carlos 3.

    20 – National League Park (III) (later Baker Bowl), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – 4/30/1919 – National League – Robins (later Dodgers) 9 Phillies 9 in 4:00.

    20 – Base Section One U.S. Army Base, Giverny, France – sometime in 1918 or 1919 before 6/18/1919 – U.S. Army Base Section One League – Camp Number Four Base Section 6 Camp Dodge 5.

    21 – Lake Shore Grounds, Dunkirk, New York – 6/7/1919 – Amateur – Ramblers 2 White Eagles 1.

    23 – Andrews Field, Chattanooga, Tennessee - 6/13/1919 – Southern League – Atlanta Crackers 2 Chattanooga Lookouts 2 in 3:40.

    20 – Sulphur Dell (I), Nashville, Tennessee - 7/12/1919 – Southern League – Chattanooga Lookouts 6 Nashville Volunteers 5 in 3:31.

    22 – Lions Park, Birch Hills, Province of Saskatchewan, Canada – 8/2/1919 – Northern Saskatchewan League – Melfort 1 Birch Hills 1.

    20 – Latta Park, Charlotte, North Carolina - 8/30/1919 – South Atlantic (Sally) League – Columbia Comers 5 Charlotte Hornets 5.

    21 – Savin Rock Park, New Haven, Connecticut – 8/31/1919 – Eastern League – Worcester Boosters 4 New Haven Weissmen 3.

    1920’s (52) – 11 won by home, 17 by visitor, 16 ties, 9 unknown or neutral site

    26 – Braves (later Nickerson) Field, Boston, Massachusetts – 5/1/1920 – National League – Robins (later Dodgers) 1 Braves 1 in 3:50 – 4000 fans – finished at 6:50 PM.

    20 – Hamilton Athletic Association (H.A.A.) Grounds, Hamilton, Province of Ontario, Canada – 6/17/1920 – Michigan-Ontario League – London Cockneys (later Tecumsehs) 5 Hamilton Tigers 4.

    22 – North Platte, Nebraska - 6/27/1920 – Semi-Pro – North Platte 3 Scottsbluff 3.

    23 – Pershing Park, Santa Barbara, California - 7/11/1920 – Amateur Championship Series – Santa Barbara 2 Ventura 1.

    20 – Lebanon, Kansas – 8/20/1920 – Semi-Pro – Red Cloud (Nebraska) 4 Bellaire (Kansas) 3.

    21 – Manchester, Ohio – 8/22/1920 – Amateur – Vanceburg 2 Manchester 2.

    20 – Hampden Park (II), Springfield, Massachusetts - 8/28/1920 – Eastern League – Albany Senators 5 Springfield Ponies 5 in 4:04.

    20 – Baker Bowl, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – 1/30/1921 – National League Philadelphia Phillies intrasquad spring training exhibition – Mutts 0 Jeffs 0.

    22 – Washington Park, Los Angeles, California – 4/10/1921 – Pacific Coast League - Seattle Rainiers 12 Los Angeles Angels 8 in 4:46, 2nd game postponed – 13,000 fans.

    20 – Hanlan’s Point (III), Toronto, Province of Ontario, Canada - 6/2/1921 – International League – Buffalo Bisons 3 Toronto Maple Leafs 2 in 4:05.

    20 – Pensacola, Florida - 6/18/1921 – Amateur – Gulfport Champs 2 Pensacola 1 in 3:00.

    20 – Media, Pennsylvania – 7/3/1921 – Professional at Amateur – Media Athletic Association (A.A.) 13 Northwest Professionals 12.

    22 – Stonewall Jackson Park, Danville, Virginia – 7/9/1921 – Piedmont League - High Point Furniture Makers 7 Danville Tobacconists 6 in 4:07.

    20 – Parkesburg, Pennsylvania - 7/30/1921 – Amateur – Cressona Tigers 2 Parkesburg Iron Company Ironmen 1 in 3:45.

    23 – North End Park, Belleville, Illinois - 9/11/1921 and 9/18/1921 – Amateur – St. Louis Keen Kutters 5 Belleville B’s 3, suspended after 3:54 and 20 innings.

    23 – Berkeley, California – 6/6/1922 – Amateur Playground League for 8-12 Year-Olds – Berkeley Amateur Team A 2 Berkeley Amateur Team B 2.

    20 – Tell City, Indiana - 7/16/1922 – Amateur – Cannelton 3 Tell City 2 in 3:05.

    20 – Charter Oak, Iowa – 7/20/1922 – Amateur Moorehead Tournament – Soldier 3 Pisgah 2 in 3:00 – finished at 1:00 PM.

    26 – Oakland City Park, Atlanta, Georgia – 7/26/1922 – Amateur – Oakland City 3 West End 2 – 500 fans.

    23 – Douglas Park, Rock Island, Illinois – 8/4/1922 – Mississippi Valley League – Ottumwa Cardinals 4 Rock Island Islanders 2 in 4:10.

    20 – Schorling’s (later American Giants) Park, Chicago, Illinois – 8/16/1922 – Negro National League – Chicago American Giants 1 Atlantic City Bacharach Giants 0 in 3:38.

    20 – General Field, Akron, Ohio - 8/20/1922 – Ohio Industrial League – Firestone Non-Skids 0 General Tire Generals 0.

    20 – Moberly, Missouri - 9/7/1922 – Amateur – Moberly Brown Shoe Factory Stars 8 Yates 7 in 3:25.

    23 – Langley Flying Field, Hampton, Virginia – ?/??/1923 – US Army at US Army Air Force – Fort Monroe Artillerymen 2 Langley Field (later Air Force Base) Birdmen 2.

    20 – Post Diamond, Plattsburgh, New York - 5/13/1923 – Amateur – Plattsburgh Barracks 26th Infantry 3 Plattsburgh Independents 2.

    21 – Oxnard Armory (later Community Center), Oxnard, California – 5/26/1923 – Amateur Oxnard Indoors League – Hueneme Sea Lions/Turtles/Longshoremen 8 Hueneme Sunkist/Citrons/Lemons/ Packing House Workers 7.

    20 – Central High Stadium, Washington, D.C. – 6/18/1923 – District of Columbia Grammar School League Championship – Monroe Grammar School vs. Buchanan Grammar School in tie game.

    22 – Bolton’s Pasture at Clearfield-Curwensville Country Club, Clearfield, Pennsylvania – 6/30/1923 – Amateur – Democrats 67 Republicans 67 – called on account of darkness.

    20 – Hamlin, Texas – 4/28/1924 – Texas High School League – Anson High School Tigers 2 Hamlin High School Pied Pipers 1.

    20 – San Antonio, Texas – 5/18/1924 – Amateur – Laredo 2 El Fenix 2 in 3:20 in afternoon game, called on account of darkness; El Fenix 2 Laredo 1 in morning game.

    20 – Chadwick Park, Albany, New York - 5/30/1924 – Eastern League - Pittsfield Hillies 9 Albany Senators 8 in p.m. game, Pittsfield 6 Albany 0 in a.m. game – 5000 fans.

    20 – Andrews Field, Providence, Rhode Island – 6/7/1924 – National Collegiate Athletic Association – Providence College Friars 1 Brown University Bears 0 in 4:05.

    20 – Ace Park, Saginaw, Michigan - 7/12/1924 – Michigan-Ontario League – Flint Vehics 3 Saginaw Aces 2 in 1st game, then Flint 4 Saginaw 2 in 7 innings in 2nd game.

    20 – Shubert, Nebraska - 9/7/1924 – Amateur – White Cloud (Kansas) Indians 0 Shubert 0 in 3:10.

    20 – Aurora or Yorkville, Illinois - 6/7/1925 – Semi-Pro League – Montgomery Pirates 1 Yorkville Helpers 1.

    25 – Pacific Junction, Iowa – 8/14/1926 – Amateur – Folsom 7 Pleasant Valley 4 in 5:00.

    21 – Prepatera Diamond, Fullerton, California - 4/9/1927 – National Collegiate Athletic Association at California High School League - Pomona College Sagehens 4 Fullerton High School Indians 3 in 3:00.

    20 – Edinburg, Texas - 4/24/1927 – Texas Valley League (AKA Lone Star League) – Laredo Oilers 3 Edinburg Bobcats 3 - called on account of darkness; second game postponed.

    22 – Braves (later Nickerson) Field, Boston, Massachusetts – 5/17/1927 – National League – Cubs 4 Braves 3 in 4:13.

    22 – either Wewoka, Oklahoma or Wetumka, Oklahoma – before 7/17/1927 during the 1927 season – Amateur – Wewoka vs. Wetumka - game did not end in a tie.

    20 – Gowdy Field, Fort Benning, Georgia - 7/30/1927 – Fort Benning Army League – 24th Infantry Blues 3 1st Battalion 29th Infantry 2 in 4:00.

    22 – Oakland Baseball (later Oaks) Park, Emeryville, California – 5/6/1928 – Pacific Coast League – Oakland Oaks 7 Sacramento Senators 6 in 4:00 in p.m. game, Sacramento 5 Oakland 2 in 1:45 in a.m. game.

    22 – North Georgetown, Ohio - 5/30/1928 – Amateur – North Georgetown 5 Massillon Shafer-Hammond 4.

    20 – Knauertown High School Diamond, Knauertown, Pennsylvania - 6/2/1928 – Tri-County League – Boyertown 9 Warwick Athletic Association 8 in 3:30.

    21 – Centennial Field, New Castle, Pennsylvania – 7/7/1928 – Semi-Pro Ohio and Pennsylvania League – Akron General Tires 5 New Castle Centennials (team name used for games played in Pennsylvania) / Massillon Central Steel Agathons (team name used for games played in Ohio) 4 – 1000 fans.

    21 – Swan, Iowa – 7/15/1928 – Amateur – Swan 3 Des Moines Shamrock Athletic Club (AC) 2.

    20 – Buffalo Center, Iowa – 8/5/1928 – North Iowa League – Lakota 2 Buffalo Center Bison 2 – called on account of darkness.

    20 – Grain Growers Diamond, Beatrice, Nebraska – 8/5/1928 – Semi-Pro – Grain Growers Nine 9 Cortland Town Team 8.

    21 – Comiskey Park (I), Chicago, Illinois – 5/24/1929 – American League – Tigers 6 White Sox 5 in 3:31.

    20 – Menard, Texas – 6/6/1929 – Amateur – Menard 3 Brady 2.

    22 – Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania – 6/23/1929 – Amateur – Georgetown 5 Plymouth 5.

    29 – South Side Playgrounds, San Francisco, California – 10/12/1929 – Amateur – Regulars 9 Yannigans 8 in 5:00 – finished at 6:00 PM.

    1930’s (48) – 16 won by home, 9 by visitor, 9 ties, 14 unknown or neutral site

    21 – Miami Athletic Field, Oxford, Ohio - 5/30/1930 – National Collegiate Athletic Association – Miami University Big Reds (later Redskins, then RedHawks) 2 University of Cincinnati Bearcats 1 in 3:30.

    20 – Wrigley Field, Chicago, Illinois – 8/28/1930 – National League – Cardinals 8 Cubs 7 in 4:10.

    20 – Hill Park, Cedar Rapids, Iowa – 5/22/1931 – Mississippi Valley League – Cedar Rapids Bunnies 5 Dubuque Tigers 4 in 3:25.

    20 – New Orleans, Louisiana – 6/28/1931 – Amateur – French Market 3 Orchid Stars 2 – 500 fans.

    25 – Dallas or Wichita Falls, Texas – 8/10/1931 – City League – Sullivan Grocery 3 unknown opponent 3.

    20 ½ – Daisytown, Pennsylvania – 9/20/1931 – Monongahela Valley League playoffs – California Eagles 3 Daisytown Moose 1 in 4:00 – after a long fly ball hit by a California Eagle batter down the left field foul line was ruled by the umpire to be a 2-run homer in the top of the 21st, the Daisytown Moose team vehemently protested the call and then walked off the field - the umpire awarded the game (and the league championship with it) to California 3-1.

    20 – Diamond near the Swimming Pool, Algona, Iowa – 9/20/1931 – Amateur – Algona Grays 5 Lone Rock 4.

    21 – Standard Field, Connellsville, Pennsylvania – 6/18/1932 – Amateur – Firestones 7 Standard Cardinals 6 in 3:30.

    20 – Fulton, Missouri - 6/19/1932 – Amateur – Fulton All-Stars 4 Paris Maroons 3.

    20 – Hamburg, Iowa - 6/26/1932 – Iowa-Missouri (IAMO) League – Hamburg 13 Fairfax (Missouri) 13; called on account of darkness – finished at 8:00 PM.

    23 – Schultheiss Farm, Elyria, Ohio – 8/1/1932 – Knights of Pythias’s Team A 19 Knights of Pythias’s Team B 19.

    20 – East Hartford, Connecticut – 5/14/1933 – Amateur – East Hartford Red Sox 5 New Britain Ramblers 4 in 5:15.

    20 – Salinas Rodeo Grounds, Salinas, California – 5/14/1933 – Amateur – San Francisco Chronicle 1 Salinas Colts 0.

    22 – Ozona, Texas – 7/11/1933 – West Texas Independent League – Abilene 3 Ozona 3.

    20 – Two Rivers, Wisconsin – 7/16/1933 – Eastern Wisconsin League – Kiel 4 Two Rivers 2.

    23 – Kansas City, Missouri – 7/30/1933 – Amateur – Kansas City 48th Street Merchants 16 St. Joseph Bottling Works 10 in 5:00.

    21 – Charleroi, Pennsylvania – 8/6/1933 – Amateur – Book Shoe 8 Monongahela Speedway Mushers 7 in 2:00.

    25 – Koshien Kyujyo (Stadium), Osaka, Japan – 8/19/1933 – Koshien National High School Tournament Semifinal – Chukyo-shogyo 1 Akashi-chugaku 0 in 4:55 – finished at 6:05 PM.

    21 – Wauchula, Florida – 9/20/1933 – Orange Belt League - Wauchula 7 Frostproof 4 in 4:00 - finished at 7:00 PM.

    20 – Kobe, Japan - ?/??/1934 – Kobe Junior High School League – Akaishi-chuugaku vs. Kobe-ichi-chuugaku.

    23 – St. Louis or Tenbrook, Missouri – 5/??/1934 – Amateur – St. Louis Red Sox vs. Tenbrook Athletic Club in 6:30.

    20 – Silver Springs Park, Silver Springs, New York – 6/10/1934 – Amateur – 17th Ward Merchants 11 Silver Springs Worcesters.

    25 – Connellsville, Pennsylvania – 7/25/1934 – Amateur – Vanorsdale AC 13 Shalala AC 11.

    22 – Des Moines or Knoxville, Iowa – shortly before 8/2/1934 – Amateur - Pragers of Des Moines defeated Knoxville.

    27 – Monarch Field, Houston, Texas – 8/??/1934 – Negro Texas-Oklahoma League – Austin Black Senators 3 Newgulf Black Buffs 2.

    21 – Tech Field, San Antonio, Texas – 6/2/1935 - Texas League – San Antonio Missions 4 Dallas Steers 3 in 3:50, then 2nd game called after 2 innings – 5000 fans.

    22 – Mead Memorial Park, New Canaan, Connecticut – 6/30/1935 – Amateur – New Canaan Cardinals 8 Hastings Athletic Club (AC) 7 in 4:30 – 2000 fans.

    20 – Canton, Mississippi – 7/4/1935 – Amateur – Canton 4 Hercules Powder Blasters 3 in 4:05; second game postponed.

    20 – Green Bay, Wisconsin – 7/7/1935 – Maple Valley League – Welhaven 2 Pulaski 2; called on account of darkness.

    35 – Matsue Kyujyo (Stadium), Matsue, Japan – 7/20/1935 and 7/21/1935 – Japan Junior High School League – Oota Chu 2 Matsue Chu (later Matsue Kita Koto-gakko) 1 in 6:58, suspended after 4:48 and 23 innings.

    20 – Lake Park, Iowa – 8/3/1935 – Semi-Pro Gopher League – Worthington (MN) 8 Lake Park (IA) 8; called on account of darkness.

    20 – Florida Athletic Club (AC) Field, Florida, New York - 9/8/1935 – Amateur – Florida Reds 3 St. Joseph’s 3 in 4:05.

    22 – 23 rd and Welton Streets Ballfield, Denver, Colorado – 4/19/1936 – Amateur – Felix 17 Daly 14 in 3:50.

    20 – Albemarle Field, York, Pennsylvania – 7/25/1936 – York-Adams League – Albemarle Black Cats 3 New Oxford 2 in 3:35 – finished at 6:15 PM.

    20 – Memorial Field, Mount Vernon, New York – 8/9/1936 – Semi-Pro – Mount Vernon Engine 3 Scarlets 4 Stroudsburg Poconos 3 in 4:20; second game postponed – 1200 fans - finished at 6:30 PM.

    20 – Swarthmore Grounds, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania – 9/7/1936 – Amateur – Lenni 2 Swarthmore Hornets 2 in p.m. game; Swarthmore Hornets 9 Linwood F.C. 8 in a.m. game.

    20 – Bulkeley Stadium, Hartford, Connecticut – 5/9/1937 – Negro League – Hartford Savitt Gems 5 Philadelphia Giants 4.

    25 – Hoolulu Park (later Wong Stadium), Hilo, Hawai’i - 2/20/1938 – Hawai’i Japanese League - Papaikou Paps 5 Shinmachi Shins 5 in 4:55.

    20 – Estadio (Stadium) de Maracaibo, Maracaibo, Venezuela - 6/5/1938 – Venezuelan League – Pastora 1 Gavilanes 0 in 6:20 – finished at 4:00 PM.

    20 – Municipal Stadium, Trois-Rivieres, Province of Quebec, Canada – 7/5/1938 – Provincial League - Three Rivers Renards (Foxes) 4 Quebec City Athletiques 3 in 4:45 – finished at 2:15 AM in the early morning of 7/6.

    20 – Hook Ball Park, Paducah, Kentucky – 7/8/1938 – Kentucky-Illinois-Tennessee (Kitty) League – Fulton Eagles 14 Paducah Indians 9 in 5:28, rhubarb delay top 15th when Fulton Manager Ray Clonts unsuccessfully requested umpires to allow 15-minute delay so players could eat some steaks for strength, vote delay top 19th when Paducah Manager Pete Mondino successfully asked umpires to have remaining fans vote whether the game should continue or not - fans voted unanimously that game should continue – finished at 1:45 AM in the early morning of 7/9.

    20 – Crofton or Laurel, Nebraska - ?/??/1938 – Northeast Nebraska League – Crofton vs. Laurel.

    21 – Brownsville, Pennsylvania – 8/23/1938 – Amateur – Melrose 3 West Bend 2 in 5:00.

    21 – Broadway (later Legion) Park, Council Bluffs, Iowa – 8/27/1938 – Southwest Iowa Tournament – Harlan Cards 8 Tabor 5 in 4:34; Walnut vs. Soldier postponed.

    20 – La Grave Field (I), Fort Worth, Texas – 5/31/1939 – Texas League – Fort Worth Cats 4 Oklahoma City Indians 3 in 4:26 – finished at 12:41 AM in the early morning of 6/1.

    21 – Clintonville, Wisconsin - 6/15/1939 – Northern State League – Clintonville Four Wheel Drive Truckers 1 Two Rivers Polar Bears 0 in 5:15 – finished at 1:45 AM in the early morning of 6/16.

    23 – Bee Hive (later Braves Field, then Nickerson Field), Boston, Massachusetts – 6/27/1939 – National League – Dodgers 2 Bees (later Braves) 2 in 5:15 – 2457 fans.

    21 – Ellsworth, Pennsylvania - 7/4/late 1930’s – Amateur All-Star Game – pitched by Joe (Foggy) Petro.

    1940’s (46) – 13 won by home, 12 by visitor, 12 ties, 9 unknown or neutral site

    20 – Engel Stadium, Chattanooga, Tennessee - 6/21/1940 – Southern Association – Little Rock Travelers 7 Chattanooga Lookouts 4 in 4:20, 2nd game postponed.

    20 – Bee Hive (later Braves Field, then Nickerson Field), Boston, Massachusetts – 7/5/1940 – National League – Dodgers 6 Bees (later Braves) 2 in 5:19 – 3881 fans – finished at 8:19 PM.

    21 – Texas League (later Holland) Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – 9/5/1940 – Texas League – Dallas Rebels 2 Oklahoma City Indians 1 in 3:58 – finished at 12:13 AM in the early morning of 9/6.

    20 – Buffalo Center, Iowa – 6/1/1941 – North Kossuth County League – Lotts Creek Creekers 4 Buffalo Center Bison 1 in 4:10.

    20 – Nishinomiya Kyujyo (Stadium), Nishinomiya, Japan – 7/13/1941 – Japanese Federation – Taiyo 1 Hanshin 0 in 2:43.

    20 – Lake Mills, Wisconsin - 7/13/1941 – Central Wisconsin League – Lake Mills 5 Jefferson 4.

    25 – Yuanshan Qiuchang (Stadium), Taipei, Taiwan - 7/28/1941 – Taiwan High School League – Jiayi Agriculture and Forestry Institute (Jianong) 2 Taipei Industrial School 1 in 5:29.

    20 – Camp McCoy or Whitehall, Wisconsin – 5/10/1942 – US Army vs. Amateur – Camp McCoy 5 Whitehall 4.

    28 – Korakuen Kyujyo (Stadium), Tokyo, Japan – 5/24/1942 – Japanese Federation – Taiyo 4 Nagoya 4 in 3:47 – finished at 6:27 PM.

    20 – Bi-State Park, Danville, Virginia – 7/6/1942 – Bi-State League – Wilson Tobs (Tobacconists) 12 Danville-Schoofield Leafs 7 in 4:37.

    20 – Swayne Field, Toledo, Ohio – 7/11/1942 – American Association – Louisville Colonels 6 Toledo Mud Hens 6 in 4:25 - finished at 1:00 AM in the early morning of 7/12.

    22 – Griffith (later Crockett) Park, Charlotte, North Carolina - 9/7/1942 – Piedmont League - Charlotte Hornets 4 Asheville Tourists 3 in 3:30.

    21 – Oriole Park (III), Baltimore, Maryland - 4/23/1943 – International League – Toronto Maple Leafs 2 Baltimore Orioles 2.

    20 – Estadio (Stadium) Gran Cerveceria Tropical, Havana, Cuba – 12/2/1943 – Cuban League – Cienfuegos Elefantes (Elephants) 6 Marianao Frailes Grises (Gray Friars) 5 in 4:25.

    20 – Ogden Field, Chicago, Illinois – 8/12/1944 – National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics – George Williams YMCA College Collegians 6 Illinois Institute of Technology TechHawks (later Scarlet Hawks) 6.

    20 – Seals Stadium, San Mateo, California - 10/1/1944 – Amateur – Bay Meadows 5 Owl Drug 4.

    21 – Third Marine Division (later Trimble) Field, Yona, Guam – 5/6/1945 – 41st US Navy Construction Battalion Seabees 2 US Navy Air Base Rinkydinks 1 – 1000 fans.

    20 – Cartier Field, South Bend, Indiana – 7/14/1945 – United States Army Air Force at NCAA – Notre Dame University Fighting Irish Summer Informal Varsity 1 Indianapolis Stout Army Air Field Airmen 0.

    24 – Shibe Park (later Connie Mack Stadium), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – 7/21/1945 – American League - Tigers 1 Athletics 1 in 4:48 – 4526 fans.

    21 – Artillery Park, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania - 5/9/1946 – Eastern League – Binghamton Triplets 5 Wilkes-Barre Barons 4 in 4:35 – finished at 12:20 AM in the early morning of 5/11.

    20 – Comiskey Park (I), Chicago, Illinois - 5/12/1946 – Negro American League – Indianapolis Clowns 3 Chicago American Giants 3 - 9000 fans.

    20 – Recreation (now Rotary) Field, Naugatuck, Connecticut - 6/15/1946 – Naugatuck High School Garnet and Grey (later Greyhounds) 3 Waterbury Leavenworth (later Croft, then Kennedy) High School Engineers 2.

    21 – Hartwell Field, Mobile, Alabama - 8/8/1946 – Southern Association – Atlanta Crackers 4 Mobile Bears 4 in 4:30 – finished at 1:30 AM in the early morning of 8/9.

    20 – Lucky Beaver Stadium, Portland, Oregon - 5/7/1947 – Pacific Coast League – Portland Beavers 1 Sacramento Solons 0 in 3:25 – finished at 11:45 PM.

    20 – Newtown or Bryant, New York - 5/15/1947 – New York High School League - Newtown High School 3 Bryant High School 2.

    20 – Empalme or Santa Ana, State of Sonora, Mexico - 5/18/1947 – Liga (League) de Sonora – Empalme Rieleros (Railroadmen) 2 Santa Ana Santos (Saints) 1 in 4:13 – 854 fans.

    21 – McKeta Field, Van Voorhis, Pennsylvania - 6/22/1947 – Pigeon Creek League – Bentleyville 4 Van Voorhis 4 in 5:00 – finished at 7:00 PM.

    20 – Rock Valley, Iowa – 7/15/1947 – Amateur – Rock Valley 5 Schaller 4.

    22 – Horlick Athletic Field, Racine, Wisconsin – 7/31/1947 – All-American Girls’ League – South Bend Blue Sox 4 Racine Belles 3 in 4:30 - 1456 fans – finished at 11:35 PM.

    20 – Thetford Mines, Province of Quebec, Canada - 9/7/1947 – Quebec Eastern Townships Independent Intermediate League playoffs – Drummondville Forestiers Catholiques (Catholic Foresters) 3 St-Maurice de Thetford Mines Mineurs (Miners) 3 in 4:50 – finished at 7:20 PM.

    20 – Ritchie Route One Ballfield, College Park, Maryland – 4/2/1948 – National Collegiate Athletic Association – Dartmouth College Big Green 10 University of Maryland Terrapins 10 in 3:25 – finished at 7:25 PM.

    21 – Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin - 5/16/1948 – Northern State League – Sturgeon Bay 3 Menominee Indians 2 in 4:50.

    21 – Municipal Park, Sanford, Florida - 5/27/1948 – Florida State League – Sanford Giants 8 Palatka Azaleas 7 in 5:15 – finished at 1:15 AM in the early morning of 5/28.

    20 – Frank Lawrence Stadium, Portsmouth, Virginia - 6/16/1948 – Piedmont League – Portsmouth Cubs 1 Lynchburg Cardinals 0 – 73 fans.

    25 - Japan – 7/??/1948 – Koshien National High School Tournament Regional Qualifier – one high school team defeated another high school team.

    20 – Quartermaster (QM) Park, Tokyo, Japan – 7/31/1948 – U.S. Military Occupation Forces Tokyo League – Haneda Air Force Base (AFB) Warriors 4 Tokyo Quartermaster (QM) Corps Packers 3 in 4:25.

    20 – Playland Park, South Bend, Indiana – 9/10/1948 – All-American Girls’ League - South Bend Blue Sox 3 Grand Rapids Chicks 2.

    23 – Groton, New York – 9/19/1948 – Southern Tier League – Homer Braves 0 Groton 0 in 4:30 – 3000 fans.

    22 – Marsh Field, Muskegon, Michigan – ?/??/1949 – All-American Girls’ League – Muskegon Lassies 1 Rockford Peaches 0 in 3:02, then Rockford 3 Muskegon 1 in 6 innings.

    26 – Estadio (Stadium) Nacional (later General Somoza, then Rigoberto Lopez Perez, then Dennis Martinez), Managua, Nicaragua – 7/10/1949 – Nicaraguan First Division Amateur League – Navarro Cubs 4 Escuelas Internacionales 3 in 6:30 – finished at 4:30 PM.

    20 – Orient, Illinois - 7/26/1949 – Semi-Pro – Orient Miners 3 Du Quoin Packers 1.

    20 – Municipal Stadium, San Jose, California – 8/7/1949 – California League - Ventura Yankees 4 San Jose Red Sox 4 in 4:20.

    20 – New Albany, Mississippi – 8/19/1949 – Northeast Mississippi Semi-Pro League – Okolona Chiefs 8 Albany Rebels 5 in 5:30 – finished at 1:30 AM in the morning of 8/20.

    23 – Municipal Stadium, Hagerstown, Maryland – 9/3/1949 – Connecticut/ Delaware/ Maryland/ New Jersey/ Pennsylvania (Inter-State) League - York White Roses 3 Hagerstown Owls 2 in 4:25, 2nd game postponed – 560 fans.

    20 – Redbird (later Jets, then Franklin County, then Cooper) Stadium, Columbus, Ohio - 9/3/1949 – American Association - Columbus Redbirds 4 Louisville Colonels 3 in 3:58 – 5079 fans – finished at 11:28 PM.

    21 – Shullsburg, Wisconsin – late 1940’s – amateur – Blanchardville Farmers defeated Shullsburg in night game.

    1950’s (60) – 19 won by home, 16 by visitor, 7 ties, 18 unknown or neutral site

    20 – Spudder Park, Wichita Falls, Texas – 7/13/1950 – Big State League – Wichita Falls Spudders 2 Sherman-Denison Twins 1.

    20 – Black River Falls, Wisconsin – 7/30/1950 – Amateur – Eau Claire Conocos 2 Black River Falls Merchants 1 in 3:30.

    22 – Red Wing (later Silver) Stadium, Rochester, New York – 8/13/1950 – International League – Rochester Red Wings 3 Jersey City Giants 2 in 5:15 – 5863 fans – finished at 6:45 PM.

    24 – Riverside Park, Shakopee, Minnesota – 8/13/1950 – Minnesota River League – Shakopee Indians 4 St. Peter Saints 3 in 5:00 – finished at 7:30 PM.

    21 – Waterloo Park, Waterloo, Province of Ontario, Canada - 9/25/1950 – Intercounty League Championship Series – Waterloo Tigers 7 Brantford Red Sox 6.

    23 – Royal Athletic Park, Victoria, Province of British Columbia, Canada – 5/5/1951 – Western International League - Salem Senators 1 Victoria Athletics 0 in 4:36 in afternoon game, then Salem 3 Victoria 1 in 2:01 in evening game – 1200 fans for afternoon game; 2800 fans for evening game - afternoon game finished at 7:06 PM.

    20 – Watertown or Mansfield, South Dakota - ?/??/1951 – South Dakota Amateur Baseball Association – Watertown Lakers 10 Mansfield 9.

    20 – Sherman Field, Lincoln, Nebraska - 7/19/1951 – Western League – Wichita Indians 2 Lincoln Athletics 1 in 4:22, 2nd game postponed.

    24 - Japan – 7/??/1951 – Koshien National High School Tournament Regional Qualifier – Morioka Number One High School vs. Aomori High School, final score 1-0.

    20 – Municipal Stadium (I), Phoenix, Arizona - 8/18/1951 – Southwest International League – Bisbee-Douglas Copper Kings 2 Phoenix Senators 2 – called at 12:00 Midnight.

    30 – Tokyo, Japan - 8/30/1951 – Japan Junior High School League – Takefu Junior High School 0 Kohama Junior High School 0 in 5:45 – finished at 2:45 PM.

    28 – Tokyo Kyujyo (Stadium), Tokyo, Japan – 9/8/1951 – Industrial League – Marubeni Trading Company 2 Kajima Coal Company 1.

    20 – Bourne Dormitory Field, Pomfret, Connecticut - 5/10/1952 – Independent School League - Pomfret School Mannymen (later Griffins) 4 St. George’s School Dragons 3 in 4:55.

    20 – Triplets (later Johnson) Field, Johnson City, New York – 5/18/1952 – Eastern League - Binghamton Triplets 4 Scranton Miners 3 in 5:10, then Scranton 4 Binghamton 0.

    21 – Legion Park, Eastman, Georgia - 5/27/1952 – Georgia State League – Eastman Dodgers 6 Jesup Bees 5, 2nd game called after 4 innings.

    24 – Underhill Park, Spokane, Washington – 6/22/1952 – American Legion – Burkhart Motors Post/Millwood West Valley High School 5 Silver Loaf Bakery Post/Spokane North Central High School 4 in 4:51; 2nd game postponed – 100 fans – finished at 6:51 PM.

    21 – Nishinomiya Kyujyo (Stadium), Nishinomiya, Japan - 7/3/1952 – Central League vs. Pacific League – Central League All-Stars 2 Pacific League All-Stars 2 in 4:30.

    21 – Japan - 7/??/1952 – Koshien National High School Tournament Regional Qualifier – Tsuru (Otsuki) High School defeated unknown high school.

    20 – East Texan Park, Tyler, Texas – 7/15/1952 – Big State League – Texarkana Bears 3 Tyler East Texans 2 in 4:21 – 1163 fans, 500 fans at end – finished at 12:26 AM in the early morning of 7/16.

    20 – Golden Park, Columbus, Georgia – 8/1/1952 – South Atlantic (Sally) League – Jacksonville Tars 2 Columbus Cardinals 2 in 4:55 – called at 12:55 AM in the early morning of 8/2.

    20 – Mabel, Minnesota – 8/10/1952 – Fillmore County League – Spring Grove Grovers 13 Mabel 9 – finished at 1:30 AM in the early morning of 8/11.

    20 – Civic Center, Drummondville, Province of Quebec, Canada – 7/8/1952 and 8/12/1952 – Provincial League - Three Rivers Yankees 3 Drummondville Cubs 2, suspended after 19 innings.

    22 – Texas League (later Oiler) Park, Tulsa, Oklahoma – 8/16/1952 – Texas League – Tulsa Oilers 6 Houston Buffalos 5 in 4:43 – 2200 fans - finished at 12:45 AM in the early morning of 8/17.

    20 – Nishi-Kyogoku Kyujo (Stadium), Kyoto, Japan – 9/7/1952 – Central League – Shochiku 2 Taiyo 1 in 3:13.

    21 – Gindorff Field, Stuart, Florida - 5/24/1953 – South Florida Coast-Glades League - Jupiter Pennocks 1 Stuart Sailfishes 1 in 4:00 – finished at 7:00 PM.

    22 – Korakuen Kyujo (Stadium), Tokyo, Japan – 6/25/1953 – Pacific League – Daiei Stars 4 Kintetsu 4 in 4:33.

    20 – Memorial Ball Park, Atwater, California – 8/4/1953 – National Congress - Fort Ord Warriors 2 San Diego Naval Air Station Skyraiders 1 in 4:40 – 3100 fans - finished at 12:55 AM in the early morning of 8/5.

    22 – Seals Stadium, San Francisco, California – 8/5/1953 – Pacific Coast League – Portland Beavers 4 San Francisco Seals 2 in 4:20 – 1394 fans.

    20 – Korakuen Kyujo (Stadium), Tokyo, Japan – 8/9/1953 – Pacific League – Kintetsu 5 Toei 4 in 4:46.

    20 – Golden Park, Columbus, Georgia – 4/24/1954 – South Atlantic (Sally) League – Macon Peaches 7 Columbus Cardinals 5 in 5:13 – finished at 1:13 AM in the early morning of 4/25.

    21 – Gilmore Field, Hollywood, California - 5/12/1954 – Pacific Coast League – Oakland Oaks 5 Hollywood Stars 1 in 4:52 – 2559 fans – finished at 1:10 AM in the early morning of 5/13.

    22 – Texas League (later Oiler) Park, Tulsa, Oklahoma – 5/13/1954 – Texas League – Tulsa Oilers 3 Dallas Eagles 2 in 4:41 – finished at 12:41 AM in the early morning of 5/14.

    20 – Jennings Stadium, Augusta, Georgia – 7/15/1954 – South Atlantic (Sally) League – Macon Peaches 3 Augusta Rams 3 in 4:40.

    27 – Campo la Interamericana, Managua, Nicaragua – 8/7/1954 – Nicaraguan Second Division Amateur League – Mantanica 4 Schumann 3 in 6:20 – finished at 2:30 PM.

    20 – Macomb’s Dam Park, New York, New York – 8/9/1954 – City Youth Federation Semi-Final Game – Hudson Guild Neighborhood House 3 Immaculate Conception of the Bronx 2 in 5:47.

    20 – Parichy Stadium, Chicago, Illinois – 9/14/1954 – National Girls League – Bluebirds 6 Bloomer Girls 4 in 4:30, then Queens 5 Jewels 0 in 7 innings – 2nd game finished at 1:00 AM.

    23 – Osaka Kyujyo (Stadium), Osaka, Japan – 10/10/1954 – Pacific League – Kintetsu 1 Toei 0 in 4:30.

    20 – Lucky Beaver Stadium, Portland, Oregon – 4/24/1955 – Pacific Coast League – Portland Beavers 3 San Diego Padres 2 in 4:14 in 2nd game, Portland 9 San Diego 5 in 2:06 in 1st game – 4760 fans.

    21 – Clemons, Iowa - 5/10/1955 – Iowa High School League playoffs – Roland High School Rockets 3 Clemons High School 2 in 4:35.

    20 – Centennial Field, Burlington, Vermont – 5/30/1955 – Provincial League – Thetford Mines Mineurs (Miners) 4 Burlington Athletics 3 in 4:54 – finished at 7:36 PM.

    20 – Paterson Field, Montgomery, Alabama - 4/27/1956 – South Atlantic (Sally) League – Augusta Tigers 6 Montgomery Rebels 4 in 4:24 – finished at 12:09 AM in the early morning of 4/28.

    20 – Blue Lake, California - 6/24/1956 – Redwood League – Blue Lake Chicks 8 Crescent City Merchants 7.

    23 – Jenkintown, New Jersey – 7/2/1956 – Rancocas Valley League – Mount Holly Mohawks 2 Vincentown Merchants 1.

    20 – Placitas, New Mexico - 7/3/1956 – Bernalillo County SemiPro League – Los Ranchos de Albuquerque 5 Placitas 3 in 5:00.

    21 – Minster, Ohio – 7/18/1956 – American Legion – St. Mary’s 4 Lima 3 in 5:30 – finished at 1:05 AM.

    20 – Edo Miller Park, Brunswick, Georgia – 8/??/1956 – Georgia-Florida League - Brunswick Pirates defeated Albany Cardinals by one run – 1500 fans; 1200 fans at end.

    20 – Disch Field, Austin, Texas - 9/7/1956 – Texas League – Austin Senators 4 Dallas Eagles 3 in 5:01 – 2157 fans - finished at 1:05 AM in the early morning of 9/8.

    20 – Estadio (Stadium) 11 de Noviembre (November 11th), Cartagena, Colombia - 1/13/1957 – Winter League – Indios 4 Kola Roman 3, Willard 7 Vanytor 4 in 1st game.

    20 – Higgins Field, Dallas, Texas - 4/17/1957 – Texas High School League – Adamson High School Leopards 3 Sunset High School Bison 2 in 4:21 – finished at 11:51 PM.

    21 – Tingley Field, Albuquerque, New Mexico – 5/3/1957 – Western League – Albuquerque Dukes 5 Colorado Springs Sky Sox 3 in 4:55 – 2116 fans – finished at 7:55 PM.

    21 – Montello, Wisconsin – 6/30/1957 – Central State League – Montello 3 Redgranite Quarriers 2 - finished at 7:00 PM.

    20 – Watt Powell Park, Charleston, West Virginia - 7/21/1957 – American Association – Wichita Braves 8 Charleston Senators 6 in 4:10 in 2nd game, Charleston 6 Wichita 5 in 1:47 and 7 innings in 1st game – 1943 fans – finished at 12:27 AM in the early morning of 7/22.

    20 – Legion Sportsmen’s Park, Lloydminster, Province of Saskatchewan, Canada – 6/18/1957 and 7/28/1957 – Western Canada League – Lloydminster Meridians 4 North Battleford Beavers 3, suspended after 9 innings.

    25 – Kochi-City Kyujo (Stadium), Shikoku, Japan – 4/28/1958 – Japan High School League – Takamatsu-shogyo 2 Tokushima-shogyo 0 in 5:47.

    20 – Jacksonville Ball Park (later Municipal Stadium, then Wolfson Park), Jacksonville, Florida – 5/21/1958 – South Atlantic (Sally) League – Savannah Redlegs 6 Jacksonville Braves 6 in 5:00 – 902 fans - finished at 1:00 AM in the early morning of 5/22.

    21 – Jacksonville Ball Park (later Municipal Stadium, then Wolfson Park), Jacksonville, Florida – 4/22/1959 – South Atlantic (Sally) League – Jacksonville Braves 3 Knoxville Smokies 2 in 5:01 – 1814 fans, 200 fans at end – finished at 1:01 AM in the early morning of 4/23.

    29 – Nishi-Kyogoku Kyujo (Stadium), Kyoto, Japan – 5/2/1959 – National Municipal League Championships – Nippon Shinyaku (New Pharmaceuticals) Company 2 Kurashiki Reiyon (Rayon) Company (later Kuraray Company) 1 in 6:14.

    21 – Sicks’ Stadium, Seattle, Washington - 5/8/1959 – Pacific Coast League – Seattle Rainiers 6 Phoenix Giants 5 in 5:56, 2nd game cancelled – 1787 fans – finished at 12:56 AM in the early morning of 5/9.

    21 – Russwood Park, Memphis, Tennessee - 6/21/1959 – Southern Association – Memphis Chicks 6 Chattanooga Lookouts 5 in 5:38 – finished at 7:10 PM.

    20 – Greenwood, South Carolina – 7/15/1959 – American Legion – Clinton 5 Post 20 Greenwood 3 in 5:45.

    1960’s (50) – 14 won by home, 19 by visitor, 5 ties, 12 unknown or neutral site

    24 – Mission Stadium, San Antonio, Texas – 4/29/1960 – Texas League – Rio Grande Valley Giants 4 San Antonio Missions 2 in 5:42, dog-on-the-field delay 15th, scoreboard fire delay 20th, light failure delay 22nd – 820 fans; 700 fans at end - finished at 1:27 AM in the early morning of 4/30.

    27 – Estadio (Stadium) Domingo Santana, Leon, State of Guanajuato, Mexico – 7/17/1960 – Mexican Center League – Aguascalientes Tigres (Tigers) 5 Leon Diablos Rojos (Red Devils) 4.

    33 – unknown city, Japan – ?/??/1961 and ?/??/1961 – Japan High School League – Visiting Team 5 Home Team 2, suspended after 18 innings.

    21 – Griffith (later Crockett) Park, Charlotte, North Carolina - 6/24/1961 – South Atlantic (Sally) League – Jacksonville Jets 9 Charlotte Hornets 8 in 4:54.

    20 – Hoolulu Park (later Wong Stadium), Hilo, Hawai’i - 4/15/1962 – Hawai’i High School League – Ka’u High School Trojans 3 St. Joseph High School Cardinals 2 in 4:00.

    22 – unknown city, West Germany - 5/?/1962 on a weekend in early May – USAREUR (U.S. Army in Europe) Seventh Army League – Fifth (V) Corps Guardians 3 Seventh (VII) Corps Jayhawks 3.

    21 – Dunn Field, Elmira, New York – 6/19/1962 – Eastern League - Elmira Pioneers 4 Williamsport Grays 3.

    22 – Tiger Stadium, Detroit, Michigan – 6/24/1962 – American League – Yankees 9 Tigers 7 in 7:00 – 35,638 fans, 20,000 fans at end – finished at 8:30 PM.

    22 – Korakuen Kyujo (Stadium), Tokyo, Japan – 7/29/1962 – Tokyo Industrial League – Nippon Beer Company 1 Denden Kinki Company 0 in 5:27.

    20 – Pyncheon Park, Springfield, Massachusetts - 6/8/1963 – Eastern League - York White Roses 2 Springfield Giants 1 in 4:57.

    20 – Pony-Colt Stadium, Galveston, Texas - 7/27/1963 – Colt League – Galena Park 6 Beaumont 5 in 5:00.

    21 – Fairground Park, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin – 7/31/1963 – Fox River Valley League – Little Chute-Kimberly Papermakers 11 Fond du Lac 5 in 6:01 – finished at 2:01 AM in the early morning of 8/1.

    22 – North Balwyn, State of Victoria, Australia – ?/??/1963 – Amateur – North Balwyn Third Nine vs. Ormond College.

    20 – Memorial Stadium, Sanford, Florida – 4/17/1964 – Eastern League at New York-Pennsylvania League spring training exhibition – Williamsport Mets at Auburn Mets.

    22 – Kentucky Wesleyan Field (now Panther Park), Owensboro, Kentucky - 4/20/1964 – National Collegiate Athletic Association – Kentucky Wesleyan College Panthers 8 Oakland City College Mighty Oaks 7 in 6:30, 2nd game postponed – 200 fans – finished at 11:30 PM.

    23 – Shea Stadium, New York, New York – 5/31/1964 – National League – Giants 8 Mets 6 in 7:23 in 2nd game, Giants 5 Mets 3 in 2:29 in 1st game – 57,037 fans, 8000 fans at end – 2nd game finished at 11:25 PM.

    20 – Henderson Stadium (I), Lethbridge, Province of Alberta, Canada – 7/25/1964 – Western Canada League – Saskatoon Blues 6 Lethbridge Cardinals 5 in 5:25 – 150 fans.

    20 – Seattle, Washington - 4/6/1965 – Washington High School League – Evergreen 2 Enumclaw 1.

    27 – Dunn Field, Elmira, New York – 5/8/1965 – Eastern League – Elmira Pioneers 2 Springfield Giants 1 in 6:24 – 386 fans, 400 fans at end – finished at 9:24 PM.

    21 – Paramus High School Field (I), Paramus, New Jersey – 6/??/1965 – Bergen County League (later merged with Passaic County League to form Met League) – Spring Valley Recreation (NY) Bengals 0 Paramus Swimming Pool (NJ) Barons 0.

    25 – Turnpike (later Arlington) Stadium, Arlington, Texas – 6/17/1965 – Texas League – Austin Braves 2 Dallas-Fort Worth Spurs 1 in 5:10 – 2546 fans - finished at 12:40 AM in the early morning of 6/18.

    21 – Dunn Field, Elmira, New York – 6/25/1965 – Eastern League – Pittsfield Red Sox 2 Elmira Pioneers 2 in 5:33 – called off at 1:03 AM in the early morning of 6/26, then rhubarb delay 0:?? top 22nd, Pioneers owner argued there was no curfew rule, by the time the league president told the umpires the owner was correct and the game should continue, all the players had showered and gone home, called off at 1:?? AM for the second time – 530 fans.

    22 – Glenmont, Ohio – 7/4/1965 – Triple Counties League – Glenmont 8 Loudonville 7 in 5:00.

    24 – Sioux Falls Stadium (later Howard Wood Field), Sioux Falls, South Dakota – 8/3/1965 – Basin League – Pierre Cowboys 5 Sioux Falls Packers 3 in 6:15 – 421 fans - finished at 1:45 AM in the early morning of 8/4.

    21 – College Stadium (later Russell Diethrich Park), Jamestown, New York - 8/14/1965 – New York-Pennsylvania League – Binghamton Triplets 4 Jamestown Tigers 4 in 6:13, 2nd game postponed – 386 fans - finished at 12:43 AM in the early morning of 8/15.

    20 – Fans Field, Decatur, Illinois - 8/20/1965 – Midwest League - Decatur Commodores 1 Fox Cities Foxes 0 in 4:25 – 411 fans, 100 fans at end – finished at 11:55 PM.

    20 – Estadio (Stadium) Augusto Cesar Sandino, Santa Clara or Estadio (Stadium) Guillermon Moncada, Santiago, Cuba – 12/28/1965 – Serie Nacional – Centrales vs. Orientales.

    29 – Al Lang Field (I), St. Petersburg, Florida – 6/14/1966 – Florida State League – Miami Marlins 4 St. Petersburg Cardinals 3 in 6:59 – 740 fans, 175 fans at end – finished at 2:29 AM in the early morning of 6/15.

    22 – Municipal Stadium, Waterbury, Connecticut - 7/31/1966 – Eastern League - Waterbury Giants 9 York White Roses 8 in 6:13 – finished at 12:46 AM in the early morning of 8/1.

    22 – MacArthur Stadium, Syracuse, New York - 8/24/1966 – International League – Syracuse Chiefs 5 Richmond Braves 4 in 4:54 – 1469 fans – finished at 12:39 AM in the early morning of 8/25.

    21 – Rox Park, St. Cloud, Minnesota – 7/25/1966 and 8/28/1966 – Northern League – Huron Phillies 8 St. Cloud Rox 2 in 5:39, suspended after 4:20 and 16 innings, originally decided to play entire game over, but then decided to complete game from point of suspension – 951 fans on 7/25, 343 fans on 8/28 – suspended at 11:50 PM on 7/25.

    23 – Lawrence Hardball Park, Lodi, California – 8/31/1966 – California League – Reno Silver Sox 6 Lodi Crushers 5 in 6:00 – 502 fans, 20 fans at end – finished at 2:00 AM in the early morning of 9/1.

    21 – Delano High School Diamond #4 and Delano High School Varsity Field, Delano, California - 3/23/1967 – California High School League - Fresno McLane High School Highlanders 3 Fresno High School Warriors 2 in 6:15, diamond switch delay from Diamond #4 to Varsity Field 0:15 top 8th – finished at 10:30 PM.

    25 - Honolulu Stadium (later Termite Palace), Honolulu, Hawai’i – 3/25/1967 – Hawai’i High School League – Kamehameha High School Warriors 9 McKinley High School Tigers 7 in 6:12.

    20 – Frank Lawrence Stadium, Portsmouth, Virginia – 4/18/1967 – Carolina League – Kinston Eagles 5 Tidewater Tides 5 in 5:50 – 526 fans, 25 fans at end - finished at 1:21 AM in the early morning of 4/19.

    22 – D.C. (later R.F.K.) Stadium, Washington, D.C. – 6/12/1967 – American League – Senators 6 White Sox 5 in 6:38 – 7236 fans, 2000 fans at end – finished at 2:44 AM in the early morning of 6/13.

    22 – New York, New York – 6/24/1967 – Atlantic Collegiate League – Mount Vernon Generals 2 Defiance Indians 0.

    20 – Ohiopyle, Pennsylvania - 7/16/1967 – Fay-West (Fayette County-Westmoreland County) League – Ohiopyle 11 Breakneck 10 in 6:10 – finished at 8:10 PM.

    25 – Municipal Stadium, West Palm Beach, Florida – 8/8/1967 – Florida State League – West Palm Beach Braves 3 Leesburg Athletics 2 in 5:35, 2nd game postponed – finished at 11:35 PM.

    20 – Metropolitan Stadium, Bloomington, Minnesota – 8/9/1967 – American League – Senators 9 Twins 7 in 5:40 – 16,901 fans, 4000 fans at end – finished at 1:44 AM in the early morning of 8/10.

    20 – Yankee Stadium (I), New York, New York – 8/29/1967 – American League – Yankees 4 Red Sox 3 in 6:09 in 2nd game, Red Sox 2 Yankees 1 in 2:10 in 1st game – 40,314 fans – finished at 1:57 AM in the early morning of 8/30.

    21 – Crosley Field, Cincinnati, Ohio – 9/1/1967 – National League - Giants 1 Reds 0 in 5:40 – 13,745 fans, 200 fans at end – finished at 1:45 AM in the early morning of 9/2.

    21 – Estadio (Stadium) Angel Flores, Culiacan, State of Sinaloa, Mexico - 10/22/1967 – Mexican Pacific League – Obregon Yaquis 3 Culiacan Tomateros (Tomato Growers) 1 in 6:22 – 5000 fans – finished at 11:22 PM.

    24 – Astrodome, Houston, Texas – 4/15/1968 – National League – Astros 1 Mets 0 in 6:06 – 14,219 fans, 3000 fans at end – finished at 1:37 AM in the early morning of 4/16.

    21 – Knowles Field, Martinez, California - 5/9/1968 – California High School League - Alhambra High School Bulldogs 4 San Ramon Valley High School Wolves 3 in 6:00 – finished at 9:30 PM.

    21 – Field Park, Mukwonago, Wisconsin - 5/15/1969 - Wisconsin High School League - Mukwonago High School Indians 5 Burlington High School Demons 4 in 5:00 – 65 fans – finished at 9:30 PM.

    20 – Siler City or Bethel, North Carolina – 6/17/1969 – American Legion – Siler City Post defeated Bethel Post.

    22 – Parque Deportivo del Seguro Social (Social Security Stadium), Mexico City, Distrito Federal (Federal District), Mexico - 7/14/1969 – Mexican League - Reynosa Broncos 5 Mexico City Diablos Rojos (Red Devils) 3 in 5:38 – 3895 fans - finished at 1:08 AM in the early morning of 7/15.

    20 – Sicks’ Stadium, Seattle, Washington – 7/27/1969 – American League - Red Sox 5 Pilots 3 in 5:52 – 9670 fans.

    23 – Asheville, North Carolina – late 1960’s – Senior Babe Ruth League – Asheville vs unknown, with David Cheadle pitching.

    1970’s (62) – 19 won by home, 23 by visitor, 4 ties, 16 unknown or neutral site

    24 – Flamingo Park, Miami Beach, Florida – 4/23/1970 – Florida High School League playoffs – Miami High School Stingarees 1 Hialeah High School Thoroughbreds 0 in 5:16, then Miami Coral Park High School Rams 9 Miami High School 0 in 2:44 and 7 innings – 250 fans; 500 fans at end of 1st game – 1st game finished at 8:16 PM; 2nd game finished at 11:44 PM.

    22 – Reddie (later Berry) Field, Arkadelphia, Arkansas - 4/28/1970 – National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics – Henderson State College (later University) Reddies 3 Harding College (later University) Bison 2.

    23 – All-Sports Stadium, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – 5/28/1970 and 5/29/1970 – American Association – Indianapolis Indians 10 Oklahoma City 89’ers 7 in 6:37, suspended after 4:53 and 17 innings – 3118 fans on 5/28, 2836 fans on 5/29 – suspended at 12:53 AM in the early morning of 5/29.

    22 – Shively Field, Lexington, Kentucky – 6/3/1970 – Kentucky High School League – Madisonville High School Maroons 12 Lexington Lafayette High School Generals 11 in 6:03.

    20 – Hi Corbett Field, Tucson, Arizona – 6/3/1970 – Pacific Coast League - Hawai’i Islanders 6 Tucson Toros 5 in 4:58 – finished at 12:58 AM in the early morning of 6/4.

    20 – Meiji Jingu Kyujyo (Stadium), Tokyo, Japan – 6/24/1970 – All-Japan University League Semifinal – Kansai University 3 Hosei University 2 in 4:54.

    23 – Clark Field, Lafayette, Louisiana - 3/27/1971 – National Collegiate Athletic Association – University of Southwestern Louisiana (now University of Louisiana-Lafayette) Ragin’ Cajuns 6 McNeese State University Cowboys 5 in 5:03, then McNeese State 13 Southwestern Louisiana 10 in 2:30 and 7 innings – 1st game finished at 6:33 PM, 2nd game finished at 10:03 PM.

    20 – Melas Park, Mount Prospect, Illinois – 5/31/1971 – Mount Prospect Pony A League – Braves 6 Orioles 5 in 4:15.

    21 – R.F.K. Stadium, Washington, D.C. – 6/4/1971 – American League – rain delay 0:17 at start, Athletics 6 Senators 3 in 5:19 – 6159 fans – finished at 1:36 AM in the early morning of 6/5.

    20 – Hatton, North Dakota – 6/18/1971 – American Legion – Hatton Post #20 Flyers 4 Hillsboro Boros 3 in 5:57 – 350 fans; 20 fans at end - finished at 12:57 AM in the early morning of 6/19.

    22 – Recreation Park, Visalia, California - 6/19/1971 and 6/20/1971 – California League – Visalia Mets 11 Bakersfield Dodgers 9 in 7:00, suspended after 4:50 and 15 innings, called a tie, however league president later reversed tie game ruling and ordered game to be continued – 867 fans on 6/19, 449 fans on 6/20 – suspended at 1:05 AM in the early morning of 6/20.

    20 – Oakland-Alameda County (later UMAX, then Network Associates, then McAfee, now O.co) Coliseum, Oakland, California – 7/9/1971 – American League – Athletics 1 Angels 0 in 5:05 – 22,938 fans – finished at 1:05 AM in the early morning of 7/10.

    22 – Ray Winder Field, Little Rock, Arkansas – 7/20/1971 – Dixie Association – Arkansas Travelers 5 Dallas-Fort Worth Spurs 4 in 5:56 – 7030 fans; 600 fans at end – finished at 1:26 AM in the early morning of 7/21.

    21 – Wakefield High School Field, Arlington, Virginia – 7/24/1971 – Clark Griffith League – Martz Insurance 10 Post #130 9.

    20 – Bom Retiro (Good Place to Rest) Stadium, Sao Paulo, Brazil – 9/7/1971 – National Championships - Sul-Brasil 6 Presidente Venceslau 5 in 6:00 – 2000 fans - finished at 5 PM.

    20 – Barney Tadsen Field, Brownton, Minnesota - 9/9/1971 – Town Team League – Hector Flyers 4 Stark (later Stark Longhorns) 2 in 5:30, rain delay 0:20 at start – 200 fans, 150 fans at end - finished at 11:50 PM.

    20 – Cleveland Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio and R.F.K. Stadium, Washington, D.C. – 9/14/1971 and 9/20/1971 – American League – Senators 8 Indians 6 in 6:15 in 2nd game, suspended after 5:00 and 16 innings in Cleveland, completed 9/20 in Washington; Indians 3 Senators 1 in 1:54 in 1st game – 2639 fans on 9/14 in Cleveland, 100 fans at suspension, 1743 fans on 9/20 in Washington, 333 fans top 17th – suspended at 1:00 AM in the early morning of 9/15.

    21 – San Diego (later Jack Murphy, then Qualcomm) Stadium, San Diego, California – 9/24/1971 – National League – Astros 2 Padres 1 in 5:25 in 1st game, then Padres 5 Astros 4 in 2:14 in 2nd game, fog delay 0:14 bottom 9th – 6339 fans – 1st game finished at 11:31 PM, 2nd game finished at 2:29 AM in the early morning of 9/25.

    20 – Perry Field (later McKethan Stadium at Perry Field), Gainesville, Florida – 4/22/1972 – National Collegiate Athletic Association – Auburn University Tigers 7 University of Florida Gators 6 in 4:35 – 350 fans.

    20 – Coleman Field (now Goss Stadium at Coleman Field), Corvallis, Oregon – 5/6/1972 – National Collegiate Athletic Association – University of Washington Huskies 2 Oregon State University Beavers 1 in 4:38, then Oregon State 7 Washington 1 in 1:45 and 7 innings – 250 fans.

    22 – Metropolitan Stadium, Bloomington, Minnesota – 5/12/1972 and 5/13/1972 – American League – Brewers 4 Twins 3 in 5:47, suspended after 5:35 and 21 innings – 8628 fans on 5/12, 7871 fans on 5/13 – suspended at 1:05 AM in the early morning of 5/13.

    20 – University Field, Amherst, Massachusetts – 5/13/1972 – National Collegiate Athletic Association – University of Connecticut Huskies 9 University of Massachusetts Minutemen 3 in 5:10.

    20 – Estadio (Stadium) Augusto Cesar Sandino, Santa Clara or Camaguey, Cuba – 1/21/1973 – Serie Nacional – Azucareros (Sugar Workers) vs. Camaguey.

    20 – Blair Field, Long Beach, California – 3/30/1973 – National Collegiate Athletic Association – California State University at San Jose Spartans 1 California State University at Long Beach 49ers (later Dirt Bags) 1 in 3:35 – 225 fans.

    23 – Grayson Stadium, Savannah, Georgia – 4/14/1973 – Southern League – Columbus Astros 10 Savannah Braves 4 in 6:14 in 1st game, 2nd game postponed – 827 fans – finished at 12:45 AM in the early morning of 4/15, post-game fireworks finished at 1:10 AM.

    20 – Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – 5/4/1973 – National League – Phillies 5 Braves 4 in 5:16 – 10,158 fans - finished at 12:51 AM in the early morning of 5/5.

    20 – Estadio (Stadium) Torreon, Torreon, State of Coahuila, Mexico – 5/8/1973 – Mexican League – Cordoba Cafeteros (Coffee Growers) 2 Torreon Mineros (Miners) 1.

    27 – Ube City Kyujo (Stadium), Ube City, Japan – 5/13/1973 and 5/14/1973 – Japan High School League – Matsue Sho 2 Shimonoseki Sho 0, suspended after 18 innings.

    20 – Estadio (Stadium) Cordoba, Cordoba, State of Veracruz, Mexico – 5/16/1973 – Mexican League – Cordoba Cafeteros (Coffee Growers) 2 Gomez Palacio 1.

    21 – Mt. Olive, Illinois – 5/23/1973 – Illinois High School League – Staunton High School Bulldogs 0 Mt. Olive High School Wildcats 0 in 4:05, scheduled to resume 5/29 but instead they decided to play a new game – finished at 8:05 PM.

    21 – Comiskey Park (I), Chicago, Illinois – 5/26/1973 and 5/28/1973 – American League – White Sox 6 Indians 3 in 6:03, rain delay 0:17 top 14th, suspended after 4:39 and 16 innings – 19,486 fans on 5/26, 17,419 fans on 5/28 – suspended at 1:01 AM in the early morning of 5/27.

    23 – Newtown, Pennsylvania - 6/3/1973 – Pennsbury/Bucks County Senior Babe Ruth League – Newtown Lions 2 South Bristol Hawks 1 in 5:30 - finished at 7:30 PM.

    24 - Regional Park, Midwest City, Oklahoma – 7/??/1973 – American Legion – Post 170 Midwest City 2 Post 170 Choctaw 1 in 6:06 – 50 fans, 15 fans at end - finished at 2:06 AM in the early morning of 7/??.

    23 – Estadio (Stadium) Alberto Hoeffer, Nogales, State of Sonora, Mexico – 7/29/1973 – Liga (League) Norte de Sonora – Cananea Mineros (Miners) 4 Nogales Internacionales (Internationals) 2 in 6:23 – 1800 fans – finished at 1:53 AM in the early morning of 7/30.

    22 – Estadio (Stadium) Teodoro Mariscal, Mazatlan, State of Sinaloa, Mexico - 10/26/1973 – Mexican Pacific League – Mazatlan Venados (Deer) 2 Guasave Algodoneros (Cotton Pickers) 1 in 7:02 – finished at 2:32 AM in the early morning of 10/27.

    22 – Husker Diamond (later Buck Belzer Field), Lincoln, Nebraska – 4/26/1974 – National Collegiate Athletic Association – University of Colorado Buffaloes 2 University of Nebraska Cornhuskers 1 in 4:45.

    20 – Hadley, Massachusetts – 5/6 and 5/28/1974 – Massachusetts High School League – Hopkins Academy Golden Hawks 8 Mohawk Trail Regional High School Mohawks 4; suspended after 10 innings.

    21 – Danville Stadium, Danville, Illinois - 6/4/1974 – Midwest League – Waterloo Royals 7 Danville Warriors 5 in 5:35 – 722 fans, 94 fans at end – finished at 1:10 AM in the early morning of 6/5.

    25 – Shea Stadium, New York, New York – 9/11/1974 – National League – Cardinals 4 Mets 3 in 7:04 – 13,460 fans, 1000 fans at end including Commissioner Bowie Kuhn – finished at 3:13 AM in the early morning of 9/12.

    23 – Camaguey, Cuba – 1/4/1975 – Serie Nacional – Camaguey Granjeros (Grain Workers) vs. Camaguey Ganaderos (Cattle Raisers), suspended.

    20 – Olympians Field, Olympia Fields, Illinois – ?/??/1975 – Homewood-Flossmoor High School Vikings vs. Olympia Fields Rich Central High School Olympians in 4:00 – finished at 8:00 PM.

    25 – Farmers Field, Hayward and Rebels Field, San Lorenzo, California – 4/9/1975 and 5/2/1975 – California High School League - Hayward High School Farmers 2 San Lorenzo High School Rebels 1, suspended after 17 innings in Hayward, completed in San Lorenzo – 15 fans at San Lorenzo; then Hayward 5 San Lorenzo 4 in 7 innings.

    26 – Belleville Fairgrounds, Belleville, Province of Ontario, Canada – 6/7/1975 – Ontario League – St. Catherines Jackets 8 Belleville 2; 2nd game postponed – finished at 12:00 Midnight.

    22 – Estadio (Stadium) 11 de Noviembre (November 11th), Cartagena, Colombia - 7/12/1975 – Summer League - Lesa 4 Aguila 4 in 5:35, called due to darkness – finished at 5:45 PM.

    21 – Estadio (Stadium) Hiram Bithorn, San Juan, Puerto Rico – 12/26/1975 – Winter League - Santurce Cangrejeros (Crabbers) 5 Bayamon Vaqueros (Cowboys) 2 in 4:00 – finished at 2:00 AM in the early morning of 12/27.

    20 – Hillsboro, Oregon - 4/13/1976 – Amateur – Hillsboro 6 Aloha 5 in 6:00.

    22 – Waterloo Stadium, Waterloo, Iowa – 5/30/1976 – Midwest League – Burlington Bees 4 Waterloo Royals 3 in 5:33, then Burlington 4 Waterloo 3 in 2:09 and 8 innings – 603 fans – 1st game finished at 8:33 PM, 2nd game finished at 11:12 PM.

    20 – Melas Park, Mount Prospect, Illinois – 6/6/1976 and 6/13/1976 – Mount Prospect Pony B League First Half Championship – Braves 2 Mets 0.

    20 – Arlington Baseball Park, Arlington, Minnesota - 8/26/1976 – Town Team League - Cyrus 2 Fairfax Cardinals 1 in 4:35 – finished at 10:05 PM.

    22 – Pinar del Rio or Santiago, Cuba – 1/25/1977 – Serie Nacional – Vegueros vs. Santiago Mineros (Miners).

    20 – Fairfax City, Virginia – 4/8/1977 – National Collegiate Athletic Association – Brockport State College (later State University of New York - Brockport) Golden Eagles 2 George Mason University Patriots 2 in 5:30, umpires Warner and Madeiros walked off the field at the end because they were too cold (it was 40 degrees), without even telling the coaches, who might have told them umpires did not walk off the field due to cold weather during baseball games played 3/25/1960 at the North Pole and 1/1/1997 at McMurdo Sound in Antarctica – 0 fans at end in stands, but 50 fans at end in cars with heaters on – finished at 8:50 PM.

    23 – Estadio (Stadium) Cordoba, Cordoba, State of Veracruz, Mexico – 4/28/1977 – Mexican League – Aguascalientes Rieleros (Railroadmen) 6 Cordoba Cafeteros (Coffee Growers) 2 in 6:30 – 4000 fans, 800 fans at end – finished at 3:00 AM in the early morning of 4/29.

    21 – Stade Olympique (Olympic Stadium), Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada – 5/21/1977 – National League – Padres 11 Expos 8 in 5:33 – 16,892 fans, 8000 fans at end – finished at 1:15 AM in the early morning of 5/22.

    21 – Foothills Stadium, Calgary, Province of Alberta, Canada – 6/4/1977 – Southern Alberta Junior League – Calgary Spikes 4 Medicine Hat Tigers 3.

    20 – V.J. Keefe Stadium, San Antonio, Texas – 6/28/1977 – Texas League - San Antonio Dodgers 4 El Paso Diablos 3 in 4:37; 2nd game postponed – 762 fans; 200 fans at end - finished at 11:10 PM.

    20 – Estadio (Stadium) Francisco Madero, Saltillo, State of Coahuila, Mexico – 8/24/1977 – Mexican League – Monterrey Sultanes (Sultans) 8 Saltillo Saraperos (Sarape Makers) 7.

    29 – Hendricken Field, Providence, Rhode Island – 6/17/1978 – Rhode Island Amateur Sunset League – Moosup Valley 4 Sports Enterprises 2 in 6:45; 2nd game cancelled – finished at 7:48 PM.

    21 – Engel Stadium, Chattanooga, Tennessee – 7/29/1978 – Southern League – Chattanooga Lookouts 3 Savannah Braves 2 in 5:32.

    20 – Estadio (Stadium) Manuel “Ciclon” Echeverria, Navojoa, State of Sonora, Mexico - 1/2/1979 – Mexican Pacific League – Navojoa Mayos 1 Mexicali Aguilas (Eagles) 0 in 5:20 in 2nd game, Mexicali vs. Navojoa in 1st game.

    20 – Moss Field, Meridian, Mississippi – 3/9/1979 – Mississippi High School League - Meridian High School Wildcats 4 Corinth High School Warriors 3 in 3:30 – 250 fans – finished at 5:30 PM.

    21 – Howard Talbot Park, Leaside, Province of Ontario, Canada - 8/4/1979 – Midget Age 16-17 Tournament - Hamilton Mahoney 2 Welland Rowdies 1 in 4:00.

    21 – Municipal Qiuchang (Stadium), Taipei, Taiwan – 9/15/1979 – Taiwan University League – Weichuan Foods/Chinese Culture University 1 Putaowang (Grape King) Biotechnology/Fu Jen Catholic University 0 in 6:06 – finished at 10:11 PM.

    1980’s (49) – 17 won by home, 18 by visitor, 14 unknown or neutral site

    21 – Hickey Park, Russellville, Arkansas – 5/14/1980 – Arkansas High School League – Hazen High School Hornets 8 Tuckerman High School Bulldogs 7.

    20 – Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – 7/6/1980 – National League – Pirates 5 Cubs 4 in 5:31 – 25,994 fans – finished at 6:36 PM.

    22 – MacArthur Stadium, Syracuse, New York – 7/30/1980 – International League – Richmond Braves 12 Syracuse Chiefs 6 in 5:55 – 3117 fans, 1000 fans at end – finished at 1:28 AM in the early morning of 7/31.

    20 – San Diego (later Jack Murphy, then Qualcomm) Stadium, San Diego, California – 8/15/1980 – National League – Astros 3 Padres 1 in 6:17 – 14,177 fans – finished at 1:26 AM in the early morning of 8/16.

    20 – Estadio (Stadium) Jesus Carranza Limon, Guasave, State of Sinaloa, Mexico - 11/11/1980 – Mexican Pacific League – Mexicali Aguilas (Eagles) 3 Guasave Algodoneros (Cotton Pickers) 1.

    22 – Estadio (Stadium) Quisqueya, Santo Domingo, Dominican - 1/12/1981 – Winter League – Orientales Estrellas (Oriental Stars) 4 Licey Tigres (Tigers) 3 in 5:40 – finished at 3:30 AM in the early morning of 1/13.

    33 - McCoy Stadium, Pawtucket, Rhode Island - 4/18/1981 and 6/23/1981 - International League - power failure delay 0:30 at start, Pawtucket Paw Sox 3 Rochester Red Wings 2 in 8:25, suspended after 8:07 and 32 innings - 1740 fans, 150 fans Midnight, 100 fans top 21st, 60 fans 1 AM, 27 fans top 27th, 19 fans at suspension, 5756 fans on 6/23 – suspended at 4:07 AM in the early morning of 4/19, dawn was at 5:00 AM, finished at 6:18 PM on 6/23.

    20 – Thunderbird Park, Cedar City, Utah - 5/2/1981 – National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics – Mesa State College Mavericks 9 New Mexico Highlands University Cowboys 8 in 5:20, then Southern Utah State College Thunderbirds 5 Mesa State 4.

    20 – Disch-Falk Field, Austin, Texas – 5/15/1981 and 5/16/1981 - National Collegiate Athletic Association – University of Texas Longhorns 7 Rice University Owls 6 in 6:07, rain delay 2:00 top 13th, suspended after 3:10 and 12 innings – 4700 fans on 5/15, 300 fans at suspension, 3000 fans on 5/16 – suspended at 1:15 AM in the early morning of 5/16, finished at 3:02 PM on 5/16.

    20 – Corinto or Leon, Nicaragua – 5/17/1981 – First Division – Corinto 5 Leon 4.

    23 – Fort Lauderdale Stadium, Fort Lauderdale, Florida – 5/24/1981 and 5/25/1981 – Florida State League – Fort Lauderdale Yankees 1 Tampa Tarpons 0 in 5:32, suspended after 5:23 and 22 innings – 717 fans, 200 fans at suspension - suspended at 12:53 AM in the early morning of 5/25.

    20 – McCoy Stadium, Pawtucket, Rhode Island – 7/26/1981 – International League – Pawtucket Paw Sox 4 Richmond Braves 2.

    22 – Parc (Park) Victor Gadbois, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada - 8/30/1981 – Ligue Montreal Junior (Montreal Junior League) - St. Leonard Cougars 2 Sud-Ouest (Southwest) 1 in 5:30 – finished at 7:30 PM.

    20 – Fenway Park, Boston, Massachusetts – 9/3/1981 and 9/4/1981 – American League - Mariners 8 Red Sox 7 in 6:01, suspended after 5:39 and 19 innings – 13,355 fans on 9/3, 1000 fans at suspension, 20,836 fans on 9/4 – suspended at 1:16 AM in the early morning of 9/4.

    20 – Anaheim Stadium (later Edison International Field, then Angels Stadium), Anaheim, California – 4/13/1982 and 4/14/1982 – American League – Angels 4 Mariners 3 in 6:06, suspended after 5:24 and 17 innings – 33,574 fans on 4/13, 23,905 fans on 4/14 – suspended at 1:05 AM in the early morning of 4/14.

    23 – Smith-Wills Stadium, Jackson, Mississippi – 7/6/1982 – Texas League – Tulsa Drillers 11 Jackson Mets 7 in 6:39 – 1105 fans, 200 fans at end – finished at 2:09 AM in the early morning of 7/7.

    21 – War Memorial Stadium, Greensboro, North Carolina – 8/12/1982 and 8/13/1982 - South Atlantic (Sally) League – Greensboro Hornets 3 Gastonia Cardinals 2, suspended after 17 innings.

    21 – Wrigley Field, Chicago, Illinois – 8/17/1982 and 8/18/1982 – National League – Dodgers 2 Cubs 1 in 6:10, suspended after 5:10 and 17 innings – 26,576 fans on 8/17, 27,429 fans on 8/18 - suspended at 6:45 PM on 8/17, finished at 12:05 PM on 8/18.

    21 – Community Field (II), Burlington, Iowa – 8/10/1983 and 8/11/1983 – Midwest League – Burlington Rangers 7 Clinton Giants 6 in 5:44, rain delay 0:06 bottom 11th, 2nd rain delay 0:01 bottom 18th, suspended after 4:54 and 17 1/2 innings – suspended at 12:35 AM in the early morning of 8/11.

    45 – Ibaraki-Mito Kenei (Prefectural) Kyujyo (Stadium), Mito, Japan – 9/20/1983 – Amateur Industrial Emperor’s Cup Nan-shiki Tournament – Tokyo Raito (Light) Kogyo (Manufacturing Company) 2 Miyazaki Tanaka Byouin (Hospital) 1 in 8:19, umpire snack break delay 0:06 top 26th, players refused 0:30 break top 26th – 100 fans at end - finished at 5:15 PM.

    23 – Leon or Rivas, Nicaragua – 12/18/1983 – First Division – Leon 5 Rivas 4.

    20 – Estadio (Stadium) Augusto Cesar Sandino, Santa Clara or Estadio Guillermon Moncada, Santiago, Cuba – 3/21/1984 – Serie Selectiva – Las Villas vs. Orientales.

    25 – Comiskey Park (I), Chicago, Illinois – 5/8/1984 and 5/9/1984 – American League – White Sox 7 Brewers 6 in 8:06, suspended after 5:29 and 17 innings – 14,754 fans on 5/8, 17,715 fans on 5/9 - suspended at 1:05 AM in the early morning of 5/9.

    21 – J.C. Love Field, Ruston, Louisiana – 2/16/1985 – National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics at National Collegiate Athletic Association – Louisiana Tech University Bulldogs 2 Southern Arkansas University Muleriders 1 in 4:54 – 150 fans; 75 fans at end – finished at 6:24 PM.

    21 – Au Sable Forks, New York – 6/2/1985 – Champlain Valley League – Redford River Rats 2 Au Sable Forks Spirits 0.

    21 – Cooper Stadium, Columbus, Ohio – 6/10/1985 and 6/11/1985 and 6/12/1985 – International League – Columbus Clippers 8 Syracuse Chiefs 7 in 5:37, suspended after 5:18 and 20 innings, rained out 6/11, finally completed 6/12 – 12,616 fans on 6/10, 400 fans at suspension, 2000 fans on 6/12 - suspended at 12:53 AM in the early morning of 6/11.

    27 – MacArthur Stadium, Syracuse, New York – 6/19/1985 and 6/20/1985 and 6/21/1985 – International League – Pawtucket Paw Sox 3 Syracuse Chiefs 1 in 7:07, suspended after 5:36 and 22 innings, continued 6/20, rain delay 0:13 top 23rd, 2nd rain delay 0:50 bottom 24th, suspended again after 6:07 and 23 ½ innings, finally completed 6/21 – 1233 fans on 6/19; 200 fans when suspended after 22 innings; 3020 fans on 6/21 – suspended at 1:12 AM in the early morning of 6/20, suspended again at 9:05 PM on 6/20, finished at 7:31 PM on 6/21.

    20 – Mayo Field, Rochester, Minnesota - 5/10/1986 and 5/20/1986 – Minnesota High School League - Rochester Mayo High School Spartans 3 Mankato East High School Cougars 2 in 6:15, rain delay 1:30 bottom 10th, suspended after 3:00 and 9 ½ innings, then Rochester Mayo 11 Mankato East 10 in 2:30 and 7 innings – 125 fans on 5/10 – suspended at 3:30 PM on 5/10, 1st game finished at 8:15 PM on 5/20; 2nd game finished at 11:00 PM on 5/20.

    20 – Owen Bush Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana – 8/17/1986 - American Association – Buffalo Bisons 6 Indianapolis Indians 5 in 5:35 – 1507 fans - finished at 12:05 AM in the early morning of 8/18.

    20 – Estadio (Stadium) Victoria de Giron, Matanzas or Estadio Latinoamericano, Havana, Cuba – 11/23/1986 – Serie Nacional – Henequeneros vs. Industriales.

    32 – Robert C. Wynn Field, Bradenton, Florida - 4/4/1987 – National Junior Collegiate Athletic Association – Hillsborough Community College Hawks 6 Manatee Community College Lancers 4 in 7:30 – 200 fans, 45 fans at end - finished at 9:30 PM.

    21 – V.J. Keefe Stadium, San Antonio, Texas – 5/21/1987 – Texas League – Shreveport Captains 4 San Antonio Dodgers 3 in 6:04 – 1144 fans – finished at 1:04 AM in the early morning of 5/22.

    22 – American Legion Ballfield, Mobridge, South Dakota - 8/4/1987 – South Dakota Amateur Association - Mobridge 7 Redfield Merchants (later Pheasants, then Dairy Queen) 6 in 5:47.

    20 – Al Lang Field (II), St. Petersburg, Florida and Holman Stadium, Vero Beach, Florida – 4/29/1988 and 5/28/1988 – Florida State League - Vero Beach Dodgers 6 St. Petersburg Cardinals 5 in 5:59, suspended after 5:29 and 18 innings, completed in Vero Beach – suspended at 1:04 AM in the early morning of 4/30.

    24 – Melville, New York - 4/15/1988 and 5/14/1988 – New York Catholic High School League – Holy Trinity High School Titans 6 St. Anthony’s High School Friars 5, suspended after 9 innings.

    21 – Riverside Sports Complex, Riverside, California – 5/22/1988 – California League – San Jose Giants 8 Riverside Red Wave 5 in 6:19 – finished at 1:19 AM in the early morning of 5/23.

    27 – Burlington Athletic Stadium, Burlington, North Carolina – 6/24/1988 – Appalachian League – Bluefield Orioles 3 Burlington Indians 2 in 8:15 – 2204 fans, 84 fans at end – finished at 3:27 AM in the early morning of 6/25.

    21 – J.P. Riddle Stadium, Fayetteville, North Carolina - 7/10/1988 – South Atlantic (Sally) League – Charleston (WV) Wheelers 7 Fayetteville Generals 5 in 5:22 – 843 fans - finished at 12:52 AM in the early morning of 7/11.

    26 – V.J. Keefe Stadium, San Antonio, Texas – 7/14/1988 and 7/16/1988 – Texas League – San Antonio Missions 1 Jackson Mets 0 in 7:23, suspended after 7:10 and 25 innings – 3792 fans on 7/14, 3260 fans on 7/16 – suspended at 2:15 AM in the early morning of 7/15.

    21 – Estadio (Stadium) Emilio Ibarra, Los Mochis, State of Sinaloa, Mexico - 11/26/1988 – Mexican Pacific League – Los Mochis Caneros (Sugar Cane Growers) 4 Mazatlan Venados (Deer) 2 in 7:14 – finished at 2:44 AM in the early morning of 11/27.

    23 – Parque (Park) Yldefonso Sola Morales, Caguas, Puerto Rico – 1/8/1989 and 1/9/1989 – Winter League – Mayaguez Indios (Indians) 4 Caguas Criollos (Natives) 3, suspended.

    22 – Parry Field, Belmont, State of Western Australia, Australia – 3/17/1989 – Western Australia Grand Series Final – Melville Braves 6 Morley Eagles 2 in 5:23 – 345 fans - finished at 12:50 AM in the early morning of 3/18.

    21 – Ed Smith Stadium, Sarasota, Florida and Dunedin Stadium at Grant Field (later Knology Park), Dunedin, Florida – 4/24/1989 and 5/17/1989 – Florida State League - Dunedin Blue Jays 8 Sarasota White Sox 3 in 6:29, suspended after 5:48 and 20 innings – 525 fans on 4/24, 45 fans at suspension, 307 fans on 5/17 – suspended at 12:48 AM in the early morning of 4/25.

    20 – Community Field (II), Burlington, Iowa – 5/15/1989 – Midwest League – Rockford Expos 4 Burlington Braves 2 in 5:04.

    22 – Astrodome, Houston, Texas – 6/3/1989 – National League – Astros 5 Dodgers 4 in 7:14 – 34,425 fans – finished at 2:50 AM in the early morning of 6/4.

    25 – Waterloo Stadium, Waterloo, Iowa and Riverview Stadium (later Alliant Energy Field), Clinton, Iowa – 7/6/1989 and 8/17/1989 – Midwest League – Waterloo Diamonds 4 Clinton Giants 3 in 7:37, suspended after 5:46 and 19 innings in Waterloo, completed 8/17 in Clinton – 876 fans on 7/6 in Waterloo, 809 fans on 8/17 in Clinton - suspended at 12:51 AM in the early morning of 7/7.

    21 – Diamond, Richmond, Virginia - 8/7/1989 – International League – Toledo Mud Hens 4 Richmond Braves 1 in 5:01, then Richmond 3 Toledo 0 in 2:23 and 7 innings – 100 fans at end - finished at 1:57 AM in the early morning of 8/8.

    22 – Stade Olympique (Olympic Stadium), Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada – 8/23/1989 – National League – Dodgers 1 Expos 0 in 6:14 – 21,742 fans - finished at 1:25 AM in the early morning of 8/24.

    25 – Memorial Stadium, Everett, Washington and Civic Stadium, Eugene, Oregon – 8/18/1989 and 8/24/1989 – Northwest League – Eugene Emeralds 6 Everett Giants 5 in 7:13, suspended after 5:50 and 19 innings in Everett, completed 8/24 in Eugene – 2998 fans on 8/24 - suspended at 12:50 AM in the early morning of 8/19.

    1990’s (31) – 15 won by home, 11 by visitor, 1 tie, 4 unknown or neutral site

    20 – Keehi Lagoon Park, Honolulu, Hawai’i – 4/13/1990 – National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics – Hawai’i Pacific College (later University) Sea Warriors 5 College of Idaho (later Albertson College) Coyotes 4 in 2nd game, Hawai’i Pacific 3 Idaho 0 in 7 innings in 1st game.

    20 – Municipal Stadium (II), Phoenix, Arizona – 6/23/1990 – Pacific Coast League – Calgary Cannons 12 Phoenix Firebirds 9 in 6:39 – finished at 1:49 AM in the early morning of 6/24.

    20 – Sunnyside Park, Decatur, Illinois – 7/16/1990 – Central Illinois Collegiate League – Decatur Blues 5 Champaign County Colts 4 in 4:50 – 25 fans – finished at 11:50 PM.

    22 – Billy Hebert Field, Stockton, California – 9/5/1990 and 9/6/1990 – California League playoffs – Bakersfield Dodgers 5 Stockton Ports 4 in 6:20, suspended after 5:53 and 21 innings – 1497 fans on 9/5; 175 fans when suspended; 1559 fans on 9/6 - suspended at 1:27 AM in the early morning of 9/6; finished at 6:25 PM on 9/6.

    20 – Greer Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee – 9/7/1990 – American Association playoffs – Omaha Royals 8 Nashville Sounds 7 in 6:25, rain delay 1:46 bottom 11th – 14,482 fans, 500 fans top 12th, 300 fans at end – finished at 3:50 AM in the early morning of 9/8.

    20 – Tim McCarver Stadium, Memphis, Tennessee – 6/17/1991 and 6/18/1991 – Southern League – Huntsville Stars 9 Memphis Chicks 7 in 6:32, suspended after 5:33 and 16 innings – 6845 fans on 6/17, 2349 fans on 6/18 – suspended at 1:12 AM in the early morning of 6/18, finished at 7:40 PM on 6/18.

    21 – Mulcahy Stadium, Anchorage, Alaska – 6/23/1992 – Alaska League – Anchorage Glacier Pilots defeated Kamloops in 6:39 – 12 fans at end - finished at 2:15 AM in the early morning of 6/24.

    24 – Owen Fish Park, Fairfield, Connecticut – 8/14/1992 and 8/15/1992 – Northeast Regionals, National Amateur League – New Rochelle Robins 2 Worcester Warriors 1 in 6:10, suspended after 10 innings.

    22 – Ojiyama Kyujo (Stadium), Otsu, Japan – 5/4/1993 – Kansai Gakusei (Osaka University) League – Kwansei Gakuin (University) 3 Ritsumeikan University 2 in 4:45.

    20 – Al Lang Field (II), St. Petersburg, Florida – 6/8/1993 – Florida State League – St. Petersburg Cardinals 4 Lakeland Tigers 3 in 5:11 – 1229 fans - finished at 12:46 AM in the early morning of 6/9.

    20 – Ed Smith Stadium, Sarasota, Florida – 6/17/1993 – Florida State League - Sarasota White Sox 3 Clearwater Phillies 2 in 4:47 – 932 fans - finished at 12:06 AM in the early morning of 6/18.

    20 – Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – 7/7/1993 – National League – Phillies 7 Dodgers 6 in 6:10 – 41,730 fans – finished at 1:47 AM in the early morning of 7/8.

    22 – Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, Minneapolis, Minnesota – 8/31/1993 – American League – Twins 5 Indians 4 in 6:17 – 17,968 fans, 1500 fans at end – finished at 1:22 AM in the early morning of 9/1.

    24 – Matanzas or Estadio (Stadium) Nelson Fernandez, San Jose de Las Lajas, Cuba – 12/8/1993 and 12/9/1993 – Serie Nacional – Matanzas vs. Habana, suspended.

    20 – Al Lang Field (II), St. Petersburg, Florida – 4/14/1994 – Florida State League - St. Petersburg Cardinals 8 dLakeland Tigers 7 in 7:07 – 1021 fans - finished at 2:42 AM in the early morning of 4/15.

    21 – Ray Plut Field, Le Center, Minnesota – 7/??/1994 – Minnesota Senior Men’s Amateur Association Class A – Union Hill Pitbulls 3 Le Center Braves 2 in 4:45 – 40 fans; 5 fans at end - finished at 12:15 AM in the early morning of 7/??.

    25 – Parque (Park) Yldefonso Sola Morales, Caguas, Puerto Rico – 11/23/1994 and 12/10/1994 – Winter League – Mayaguez Indios (Indians) 4 Caguas Criollos (Natives) 3, suspended after 16 innings.

    20 – Oakes Oval, Lismore, State of New South Wales, Australia – 12/31/1994 – AAA Asian Under-19 Series – Australia 9 Chinese Taipei 8 in 6:17, 2nd game postponed – 300 fans, 300 fans at end – finished at 9:47 PM.

    23 – Legion Field, Downers Grove, Illinois – 4/28/1995 and 5/3/1995 and 5/8/1995 and 5/12/1995 – Illinois High School League – Downers Grove North High School Trojans 12 Elmhurst York High School Dukes 11 in 7:00, suspended after 3:00 and 8 innings, suspended a 2nd time after 6:00 and 20 innings – 75 fans on 4/28, 75 fans on 5/3, 250 fans on 5/12 – suspended at 7:15 PM at 4/28, suspended 2nd time at 7:15 PM on 5/3, rained out on 5/8, finished at 5:15 PM on 5/12.

    21 – Municipal Stadium, San Jose, California - 5/12/1995 and 5/13/1995 – California League – San Bernardino Spirit 1 San Jose Giants 0 in 5:56, three rain delays, suspended after 11 ½ innings – suspended at 11:16 PM.

    20 – Estadio (Stadium) Angel Flores, Culiacan, State of Sinaloa, Mexico - 10/27/1995 – Mexican Pacific League – Culiacan Tomateros (Tomato Growers) 3 Mazatlan Venados (Deer) 2 in 6:01 – finished at 1:31 AM in the early morning of 10/28.

    21 – Estadio (Stadium) Isidoro “Cholo” Garcia, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico – 12/22/1995 and 12/23/1995 and 1/19/1996 – Winter League – Mayaguez Indios (Indians) 2 San Juan Senadores (Senators) 1 in 6:22, suspended, suspended a second time.

    21 – Blue Valley District Activity Center, Overland Park, Kansas – 5/20/1997 - Kansas High School League – Blue Valley Northwest High School Huskies 1 Shawnee Mission North High School Mustangs 0 in 5:50 – finished at 10:50 PM.

    20 – Kyoto or Kobe, Japan - ?/??/1997 – Kinki District High School League – Kyoto Heian-koukou 8 Kobe Ikuei-koukou 7.

    22 – Estadio (Stadium) Teodoro Mariscal, Mazatlan, State of Sinaloa, Mexico - 10/19/1997 – Mexican Pacific League – Culiacan Tomateros (Tomato Growers) 5 Mazatlan Venados (Deer) 2 in 6:55 – finished at 2:25 AM in the early morning of 10/20.

    21 – Judy Johnson Field at Frawley Stadium, Wilmington, Delaware - 7/5/1998 – Carolina League – Wilmington Blue Rocks 3 Danville 97’s 2 in 6:23 – 3441 fans - finished at 8:28 PM.

    23 – Municipal Stadium, Greenville, South Carolina – 8/6/1998 and 8/7/1998 – Southern League - Greenville Braves 10 Huntsville Stars 7 in 6:26, suspended after 5:25 and 20 innings – 4098 fans - suspended at 12:13 AM in the early morning of 8/7, finished at 6:01 PM on 8/7.

    21 – Heart of Florida Medical Regional Center Field, Babson Park, Florida – 2/19/1999 and 2/20/1999 – National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics - Nova Southeastern University Knights 9 Webber College (now Webber International University) Warriors 5 in 6:00, suspended after 3:43 and 13 innings – 50 fans - suspended at 6:28 PM, finished at 1:17 PM.

    22 – Cougar Field, Houston, Texas – 2/21/1999 – National Collegiate Athletic Association – Baylor University Bears 8 University of Houston Cougars 2 in 6:43 – 1225 fans – finished at 10:48 PM.

    21 – Carson Center Field, Evansville, Indiana - 3/7/1999 – National Collegiate Athletic Association – University of Memphis Tigers 4 University of Evansville Purple Aces 4 in 5:00 – 205 fans, 75 fans at end – finished at 4:00 PM.

    21 – John O’Donnell Stadium, Davenport, Iowa - 5/19/1999 – Midwest League – Clinton Lumber Kings 3 Quad-City River Bandits 2 in 5:49.

    2000’s (48) – 14 won by home, 25 by visitor, 9 unknown or neutral site

    21 – Dawson Field, Depew, New York – 7/16/2000 and 7/17/2000 and 7/19/2000 – American Legion – Depew Post 1528 4 Orchard Park Post 567 3, rain delays on 7/16, suspended after 8 innings on 7/16, suspended again after 20 innings on 7/17.

    20 – L.P. Frans Stadium, Hickory, North Carolina – 8/13/2000 – South Atlantic (Sally) League – Asheville Tourists 4 Hickory Crawdads 3 in 5:16 – 1959 fans – finished at 12:16 AM in the early morning of 8/14.

    21 – Rotary Field, Brunswick, Ohio – 5/9/2001 and 5/10/2001 – Ohio High School League - Brunswick High School Blue Devils 11 Elyria High School Pioneers 10, suspended after 18 innings – 100 fans.

    23 – Estadio (Stadium) Veracruz, Veracruz, State of Veracruz, Mexico – 6/30/2001 – Mexican League – Mexico City Diablos Rojos (Red Devils) 2 Veracruz Aguila (Eagle) 1.

    22 – Estadio (Stadium) Roberto Clemente, Carolina, Puerto Rico – 11/4/2001 – Winter League - Carolina Gigantes (Giants) 2 Caguas Criollos (Natives) 1 in 6:30 – finished at 12:30 AM.

    20 – Jack Horenberger Field, Bloomington, Illinois – 7/30/2002 – Central Illinois Collegiate League – Decatur Blues 11 Twin City Stars 4 in 5:44 – 259 fans – finished at 10:44 PM.

    20 – Estadio (Stadium) Tetelo Vargas, San Pedro de Marcoris, Dominican - 10/19/2002 – Winter League – Orientales Estrellas (Oriental Stars) 4 Escogido Leones Rojos (Red Lions) 3 in 6:41 – finished at 3:17 AM in the early morning of 10/20.

    23 – Fukuoka Dome, Fukuoka, Japan – 10/26/2002 – Kyushu College League Semifinal – Nihon Bunri University 2 Kyushu Kyoritsu (Community College) 1 in 6:00.

    22 – Blacktown Olympic Park, Sydney, State of New South Wales, Australia – 4/19/2003 – New South Wales Under 23 Tournament - Queensland 4 New South Wales/Victoria/Capital Territory Combined Academy 3 in 5:33 – 120 fans, 200 fans at end - finished at 8:33 PM.

    20 – Pro Player (later Dolphin, then Land Shark) Stadium, Lake Lucerne (now Miami Gardens), Florida – 4/27/2003 – National League – Cardinals 7 Marlins 6 in 6:07 – 10,075 fans – finished at 7:12 PM.

    21 – Byron High School Field, Byron and Eckstein Field, Plainview, Minnesota – 6/22/2003 and 7/6/2003 – Twin Rivers League – Byron Braves 4 Plainview Bucks 3 in 7:15, suspended after 5:00 and 15 innings on 6/22 in Byron, resumed 7/6 in Plainview – 15 fans in Byron, 20 fans in Plainview – suspended at 6:00 PM on 6/22, finished at 9:45 PM on 7/6.

    21 – Dwyer Stadium, Batavia, New York – 7/9/2003 – New York-Pennsylvania League – Staten Island Yankees 5 Batavia Muckdogs 2 in 5:48 – 1073 fans - finished at 12:58 AM in the early morning of 7/10.

    20 – Eldredge Park, Orleans, Massachusetts – 8/4/2003 – Cape Cod League – Harwich Mariners 3 Orleans Cardinals 2 in 5:52, umpire crew chief called it a tie game after 17 innings a little after Midnight, but both managers and players from both teams successfully changed his mind to allow the game to continue – 4615 fans, 125 fans at end – finished at 12:58 AM in the early morning of 8/5.

    20 – Frank Myers Field at Tointon Family Stadium, Manhattan, Kansas – 4/9/2004 – National Collegiate Athletic Association - University of Texas Longhorns 10 Kansas State University Wildcats 6 in 6:28 – 874 fans – finished at 1:35 AM in the early morning of 4/10.

    24 – Rebels Field, Norridge, Illinois – 4/23/2004 and 5/25/2004 – Illinois High School League – Evergreen Park High School Mustangs 2 Ridgewood High School Rebels 1 in 4:40, suspended after 2:00 and 12 innings – 40 fans on 4/23; 80 fans on 5/25 - suspended at 6:15 PM on 4/23; finished at 6:55 PM on 5/25.

    21 – Wolff Stadium, San Antonio, Texas – 8/14/2004 – Texas League – Midland RockHounds 7 San Antonio Missions 5 in 6:40 – 4286 fans, 90 fans at end – finished at 1:46 AM in the early morning of 8/15.

    23 – Dust Devils Stadium, Pasco, Washington – 8/16/2004 and 8/17/2004 – Northwest League – Spokane Indians 2 Tri-City Dust Devils 1 in 6:37, suspended after 5:46 and 20 innings – 919 fans on 8/16 - suspended at 12:52 AM in the early morning of 8/17, finished at 6:53 PM on 8/17.

    24 – Donegan Park, Cobourg, Province of Ontario, Canada – 8/21/2004 – Greater Toronto League Semi-Final – Northumberland Whiskey Jacks 4 Leaside Leafs 3 in 6:17 – 100 fans; 150 fans at end.

    20 - Estadio (Stadium) Jesus Caranza Limon, Guasave, State of Sinaloa, Mexico - 12/9/2004 – Mexican Pacific League - Guasave Algodoneros (Cotton Pickers) 3 Mazatlan Venados (Deer) 2.

    20 – Reiterstadion (later Circle Wood Stadium), Koln (Cologne), Germany - 4/6/2005 – Bundesliga Nord (North German League) – Bonn Capitals 9 Koln (Cologne) Cardinals 7 in 5:50; then Bonn 4 Cologne 0 in 2:05 and 7 innings, rain delay 0:13 – 600 fans; 500 fans at end of 1st game; 250 fans at end of 2nd game – 1st game finished at 6:50 PM; 2nd game finished at 9:38 PM.

    22 – Wilson Field, Georgetown, Kentucky – 4/29/2005 – National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics – Lambuth University Eagles 8 Pikeville College Bears 5 in 6:15 – 200 fans, 150 fans at end – finished at 4:45 PM.

    20 – Whataburger Field, Corpus Christi, Texas – 6/1/2005 – Texas League – Wichita Wranglers 7 Corpus Christi Hooks 2 in 6:09 – 6609 fans, 325 fans at end – finished at 1:19 AM in the early morning of 6/2.

    22 – Falcon Park, Auburn, New York – 7/7/2005 and 8/14/2005 – New York-Pennsylvania League – Auburn Doubledays 6 Batavia Muckdogs 5 in 6:34, suspended after 6:02 and 20 innings – 3242 fans on 7/7, 250 fans left at suspension, 1871 fans on 8/14 – suspended at 1:09 AM in the early morning of 7/8, finished at 5:35 PM on 8/14 - author sat behind first base for the last two innings.

    28 – Vic Kapsner Memorial Park, Lastrup, Minnesota – 7/23/2005 – Victory East League - Lastrup Lakers 1 Pierz Brewers 0 in 5:50 – 100 fans; 300 fans at end - finished at 7:25 PM.

    21 – Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium, Kannapolis, North Carolina – 9/7/2005 – South Atlantic (Sally) League playoffs - Kannapolis Intimidators 4 Charleston (SC) RiverDogs 3 in 5:09 - 749 fans; 300 fans at end – finished at 12:14 AM in the early morning of 9/8.

    20 – Hammond Stadium, Fort Myers, Florida – 4/13/2006 – Florida State League – Clearwater Threshers 4 Fort Myers Miracle 3 in 5:02 – 1544 fans; 94 fans at end – finished at 12:07 AM in the early morning of 4/14.

    20 – Hooks Stadium, Winston-Salem, North Carolina – 5/6/2006 – National Collegiate Athletic Association – Florida State University Seminoles 4 Wake Forest University Demon Deacons 3 in 5:02 – 1711 fans; 850 fans at end – finished at 6:05 PM.

    24 – Greer Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee – 5/5/2006 and 5/6/2006 – Pacific Coast League – New Orleans Zephyrs 5 Nashville Sounds 4 in 8:07, suspended after 6:23 and 18 innings – 9124 fans on 5/5, 300 fans at suspension; 10,016 fans on 5/6 – suspended at 1:25 AM in the early morning of 5/6; finished at 7:44 PM on 5/6.

    22 – FirstEnergy Park, Lakewood, New Jersey – 4/26/2006 and 5/7/2006 – South Atlantic (Sally) League – Lakewood BlueClaws 8 Hagerstown Suns 7 in 7:47, suspended after 17 innings and 6:03 – 5487 fans on 4/26, 150 fans top 12th, 31 fans top 17th; 7449 fans on 5/7 - suspended at 12:42 AM in the early morning of 4/27, finished at 2:49 PM on 5/7.

    26 – KeySpan Park, Brooklyn, New York – 7/20/2006 – New York-Pennsylvania League – Oneonta Tigers 6 Brooklyn Cyclones 1 in 6:40 – 9004 fans; 190 fans at end - finished at 6:45 PM.

    20 – Baseball Grounds, Jacksonville, Florida – 8/12/2006 and 8/13/2006 – Southern League – Jacksonville Suns 5 West Tennessee Diamond Jaxx 2 in 5:22, rain delay, 2nd rain delay top 4th, suspended after 0:55 top 4th; then West Tennessee 4 Jacksonville 1 in 1:44 and 7 innings – 6280 fans on 8/12; 2907 fans on 8/13 – finished at 7:32 PM; 2nd game finished at 9:46 PM.

    21 - Estadio (Stadium) Jose Garcia Mendoza, Ojinaga, State of Chihuahua, Mexico - 8/13/2006 – Amateur – Madera Venados (Deer) 11 Ojinaga Soles (Suns) 9 in 7:55 – finished at 6:58 PM.

    20 – Nishi-Kyogoku Kyujyo (Stadium), Kyoto, Japan – 10/22/2006 – Kansai University League – Doshisha University 2 Ritsumeikan University 1 in 4:59 – 2000 fans – finished at 8:20 PM.

    20 – Sancet Stadium, Tucson, Arizona – 1/27/2007 – National Collegiate Athletic Association/University of Arizona Wildcats intrasquad game – Team A vs. Team B.

    20 – Legends Field, Tampa, Florida – 4/17/2007 – Florida State League – Clearwater Threshers 4 Tampa Yankees 1 in 5:14 – 706 fans – ended at 12:14 AM in the early morning of 4/18.

    20 – Nash Park, Kenosha, Wisconsin – 4/24/2007 – Wisconsin State High School League – Kenosha Tremper High School Trojans 3 Racine Horlick High School Rebels 2 in 5:05 – 65 fans; 20 fans at end – finished at 9:35 PM.

    20 – Arnold Klaers Field, Loretto, Minnesota – 6/27/2007 – North Star League – Buffalo Bulldogs 4 Loretto Larks 2 in 4:15 – 98 fans; 27 fans at end - finished at 11:45 PM.

    22 – PETCO Park, San Diego, California – 4/17/2008 – National League - Rockies 2 Padres 1 in 6:16 – 25,984 fans – finished at 1:21 AM in the early morning of 4/18.

    20 – Yanez Field, Downey, California – 5/13/2008 – California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Southern Section Division III Playoffs Wildcard Round – Downey High School Vikings 3 Harvard-Westlake Upper School Wolverines 2 in 7:20 – 200 fans including Tommy Lasorda; 125 fans at end - finished at 10:35 PM.

    20 – Jubilee Field, Yorkton, Province of Saskatchewan, Canada – 6/19/2008 and 6/22/2008 – Western Major League – Sherwood Park Dukes 5 Yorkton Cardinals 3 in 5:16, rain delay 0:20 top 12th, suspended after 3:13 and 11 innings – 475 fans on 6/19; 225 fans when suspended; 316 fans on 6/22 – suspended at 10:38 PM; finished at 4:08 PM.

    20 – Hanover Insurance Park at Fitton Field, Worcester, Massachusetts – 6/26/2008 – Canadian American (CanAm) League - New Jersey Jackals 5 Worcester Tornadoes 4 in 6:06 – 1434 fans – finished at 12:11 AM in the early morning of 6/27.

    20 – Joker Marchant Stadium, Lakeland, Florida – 6/29/2008 – Florida State League – Lakeland Flying Tigers 3 Daytona Cubs 2 in 6:06 – 469 fans – finished at 12:06 AM in the early morning of 6/30.

    22 – Estadio (Stadium) Heroes y Martires, Leon, Nicaragua – 2/8/2009 – National Open Championship - Leon Leones 4 Masaya Fieras del San Fernando 3 in 6:28, second game postponed – finished at 4:25 PM.

    25 – University Federal Credit Union (UFCU) Disch-Falk Field, Austin, Texas – 5/30/2009 – National Collegiate Athletic Association playoffs – University of Texas Longhorns 3 Boston College Eagles 2 in 7:03 – 7104 fans; 6000 fans at end – finished at 1:05 AM in the early morning of 5/31.

    21 – Banner Island Ballpark, Stockton, California – 6/4/2009 and 6/5/2009 – California League - High Desert Mavericks 7 Stockton Ports 6 in 7:34; suspended after 5:01 and 14 innings – 1890 fans on 6/4; 3018 fans on 6/5 – suspended at 12:06 AM in the early morning of 6/5; finished at 8:38 PM on 6/5.

    20 – Arnold Anderson Stadium, Brantford, Province of Ontario, Canada – 7/3/2009 – Intercounty League – London Majors 8 Brantford Red Sox 7 in 6:15 – 500 fans; 250 fans at end - finished at 2:15 AM in the early morning of 7/4.

    23 – Veseli Ball Park, Veseli, Minnesota – 8/23/2009 – Minnesota Senior Men’s Amateur Association Class A State Tournament – Perham Silver Pirates 4 Menahga-Sebeka Relics 3 in 5:03 – 75 fans; 31 fans at end - finished at 11:58 PM.

    20 – Barrie Community Sports Complex, Barrie, Province of Ontario, Canada – 8/30/2009 – Intercounty League Championship Series – Brantford Red Sox 7 Barrie Baycats 5 in 5:05 – 1040 fans; 275 fans at end - finished at 12:05 AM in the early morning of 8/31.

    21 – Bothasig Club Baseball Park, Cape Town, South Africa – 11/22/2009 – Association of the Western Province – Bellville 3 Bothasig 1 in 5:30, then Bothasig 9 Bellville 8 in 8 innings - 1st game finished at 4:30 PM.

    2010’s (14) – 8 won by home, 3 by visitor, 3 unknown or neutral site

    20 – Busch Stadium (III), St. Louis, Missouri – 4/17/2010 – National League - Mets 2 Cardinals 1 in 6:53 – 43,709 fans; 6000 fans at end – finished at 10:07 PM.

    20 – State Mutual Stadium, Rome, Georgia – 4/20/2010 – South Atlantic (Sally) League – Kannapolis Intimidators 3 Rome Braves 2 in 4:41 – 2076 fans – finished at 11:41 PM.

    20 – BB&T (Branch Banking and Trust) Ballpark, Winston-Salem, North Carolina – 5/19/2010 – Carolina League – postponed 5/17; Winston-Salem Dash 3 Myrtle Beach Pelicans 2 in 5:30 in night game; Myrtle Beach 5 Winston-Salem 0 in 2:16 in day game – 3124 fans for night game; 4354 fans for day game – finished at 12:30 AM in the early morning of 5/20; day game finished at 4:16 PM.

    22 – Beiden Field, Fresno, California - 3/26/2011 – National Collegiate Athletic Association – Fresno State University Bulldogs 3 University of San Diego Toreros 2 in 7:12; second game postponed – 1742 fans - finished at 11:17 PM.

    21 – USA Stadium, Millington, Tennessee - 4/22/2011 – National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III Southern Conference playoffs – Rhodes College Lynx 8 Oglethorpe University Stormy Petrels 7 in 6:50 – 500 fans – finished at 10:50 PM.

    23 – Roger Dean Stadium, Jupiter, Florida – 5/23/2011 – Florida State League – Jupiter Hammerheads 2 Clearwater Threshers 1 in 5:37 – 330 fans; 12 fans at end – finished at 12:12 AM in the early morning of 5/24.

    20 – Riley Park, Charleston, South Carolina – 5/25/2011 – National Collegiate Athletic Association – Western Carolina University Catamounts 10 Elon University Phoenix 7 in 6:33 – 937 fans – finished at 11:40 PM.

    23 – Grainger Stadium, Kinston, North Carolina – 6/12/2011 – Carolina League – Kinston Indians 3 Myrtle Beach Pelicans 2 in 6:27 – 1179 fans – finished at 7:57 PM.

    20 – Wolff Stadium, San Antonio, Texas – 9/14/2011 – Texas League playoffs – San Antonio Missions 5 Arkansas Travelers 4 in 6:03 – 3887 fans – finished at 1:13 AM in the early morning of 9/15.

    22 – Cook Sypher Field, Santa Rosa, California - 4/21/2012 – National Junior Collegiate Athletic Association – Santa Rosa Junior College Bear Cubs 5 San Joaquin Delta Junior College Mustangs 4 in 6:09 – 70 fans; 55 fans at end - finished at 7:09 PM.

    20 – Long Island University (LIU)-Post Baseball Complex, Brookville, New York - 5/5/2012 – National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II – LIU-Post (formerly C.W. Post Campus of LIU, before that Charles William (C.W.) Post College) Pioneers 5 Dowling College Golden Lions 4 in 4:25 – finished at 4:25 PM; then Dowling 2 C.W. Post 1 in 1:55 and 7 innings – finished at 6:55 PM.

    21 – U.S. Steel Yard, Gary, Indiana - 6/1/2012 – National Collegiate Athletic Association playoffs – Kent State University Golden Flashes 7 University of Kentucky Wildcats 6 in 6:37 – 5016 fans - finished at 9:37 PM.

    21 – Mulcahy Park, Anchorage, Alaska - 6/20/2012 – Alaska League – Anchorage Glacier Pilots 4 Peninsula Oilers 3 in 5:30 – finished at 12:30 AM.

    23 – Calfee Stadium, Pulaski, Virginia – 8/2 and 8/3/2012 – Appalachian League – Princeton Rays 12 Pulaski Mariners 9 in 7:48; suspended after 5:46 and 17 innings – 711 fans on 8/2; 834 fans on 8/3 – suspended at 12:46 AM in the early morning of 8/2, finished at 7:02 PM on 8/3.

  2. #2
    Thanks to those who have written recently with five additional marathons. Our total on the List is now up from 648 to 653:

    # 649 – 20 innings – Maple Park, Boyne City, Michigan – 6/27/1909 or 6/28/1909 - Amateur – Boyne City defeated Old Mission.

    # 650 - 25 innings – Estadio Latinoamericano (Latin American Stadium), Havana, Cuba – 7/22/1965 – Serie Nacional – Las Villas Azucareros (Sugar Makers) 8 Matanzas Cocodrilos (Crocodiles) 2.

    # 651 - 24 innings – unknown city, South Korea – 7/4/1971 – 17th National Championship – Korea Electric Power Corporation 1 Nonghyup 0.

    # 652 - 23 innings – unknown city, South Korea – ?/??/1994 – University League Spring Season – Donga University defeated Konkuk University.

    # 653 - 25 innings – Doc Ross Field, Council Bluffs, Iowa – 10/18/2012 – National Junior Collegiate Athletic Association Intra-Squad Game – Iowa Western Community College Reivers (River Pilots) Blacks Team 11 Iowa Western Community College Reivers Greys Team 8.

  3. #3
    Thanks to those who have written recently with ten additional marathons. Our total on the List is now up from 653 to 663:

    # 654 - 21 innings – unknown city near Athens, Ohio – before July 19 in 1906 – Amateur – pitcher Monk of Columbus Esswein Superiors pitched the whole game.

    # 655 - 21 innings – Bonners Ferry or Kellogg, Idaho - 7/??/1951 – American Legion – Boundary Post #55 Bonners Ferry 6 Gus Zoellner Post #36 Kellogg 4.

    # 656 - 20 innings - Yountville, California - just before 8/11/1962 - American Legion – Post #22 Lodi 7 Post #560 Long Beach 6.

    # 657 - 28 innings – Denham Springs, Louisiana – ?/??/1959 – American Legion - Denham Springs defeated another team – suspended after 20 innings due to Midnight curfew; resumed one week later; Ivy Brown pitched 19 innings on the first day; and the last 8 innings on the second day to get the win.

    # 658 - 21 innings – Holt-Moffitt Field, Lexington, North Carolina – 6/10/1978 and 6/24/1978 – American Legion – Lexington 5 Concord 4; suspended after 20 innings at 1:30 AM; completed two weeks later.

    # 659 - 20 innings – Gene Lobe Field at Kitsap Fairgronds and Events Center, Bremerton, Washington – 6/17/2009 and 7/18/2009 – West Coast League – Kitsap Blue Jackets 3 Corvallis Knights 1; suspended after 16 innings at 11:00 PM when the lights went out .

    # 660 - 28 innings – Seymour or Wallingford, Connecticut – ?/??/1969 – Connecticut High School League – Seymour High School Wildcats vs. Lyman Hall High School Trojans.

    # 661 – 21 innings – Redfield, South Dakota - 9/9/1951 – Amateur Spink County Championship Semi-Final - Turton (Little Eight Champion) 4 Mansfield (West Prairie Champion) 3.

    # 662 – 21 innings – Sparrows Point Diamond, Baltimore, Maryland - 7/4/1905 – Amateur – Sparrows Point 7 Steelton Athletic Association (AA) 4.

    # 663 - 20 innings – Orange or Santa Ana, California - ?/??/1962 - Orange High School Panthers 7 Santa Ana High School Saints 6.

  4. #4
    Thanks to those who have written recently with additional marathons. Our total on the List is now up from 663 to 664:

    # 664 - 21 innings – Gaylord, Michigan – 7/28/1935 – Amateur Northern League – Alcona 7 Gaylord 4 in 4:45 – discovered by Chuck McGill of Westford, Vermont on December 14, 2012.

  5. #5
    Thanks to seekers who continue to discover new marathons.

    # 665 - 23 innings – Dedham, Massachusetts – 6/28/1932 – High School – Walpole 6 Dedham 6 in 4:40; called on account of darkness – discovered by Chuck McGill of Westford, Vermont on December 19, 2012.

    # 666 - 26 innings – Collyer, Kansas – 7/??/1935 – Amateur – Wakeeney 4 Collyer 3 in 5:00 – discovered by Chuck McGill of Westford, Vermont on December 19, 2012.

  6. #6
    One more marathon discovered:

    # 667 - 20 innings – Albany, New York – 8/28/1904 – Semi-Pro – South End Franeys 10 North End Picards 9 – discovered by Chuck McGill of Westford, Vermont on December 19, 2012.

  7. #7
    # 668 - 21 innings – Kenton Field, Athens, New York – 7/4/1929 – Semi-Pro – Athens Laundry 3 Albany Sacred Heart 2 - discovered by Chuck McGill of Westford, Vermont.

  8. #8
    # 669 - 21 innings – Lynn Stadium, Lynn, Massachusetts – just before 8/29/1934 – Amateur – Fraster All Stars 11 Watertown Athletic Associaton (AA) 10 in 5:00 – finished at 2:00 AM on the next morning - discovered by Chuck McGill of Westford, Vermont on December 20, 2012.

    # 670 – 21 innings - Richmond, Virginia – Kids League – Cubs 0 Giants 0 – discovered by Tim Copeland of Suffolk, Virginia on December 20, 2012.

  9. #9
    New Discoveries :

    The first one is special to me because my Grandfather in 1926 was working as a Machinist at Edgar Thompson Steel Works, so he could have been playing, or have been a witness to the game.

    The second one is the first Marathon to ever happen in the State of New York.

    # 671 - 23 innings – Braddock or North Braddock, Pennsylvania – 7/23/1926 – Semi-Pro Western Pennsylvania League – Braddock Edgar Thompson Steel Works defeated North Braddock - discovered by Chuck McGill of Westford, Vermont on December 21, 2012.

    # 672 - 24 innings – Syracuse, New York – 4/20/1878 – International Association – Syracuse Stars 1 Hornell Hornells 0; rain delay - discovered by Chuck McGill of Westford, Vermont on December 22, 2012.

  10. #10
    # 673 – 20 innings – Daisy Field on Jamaica Plain, Boston, Massachusetts – 8/16/1925 – Amateur - Roxbury Catholic Club 4 Roxbury Cardinals 4 – discovered by Tim Copeland of Suffolk, Virginia on December 20, 2012.

  11. #11
    # 674 – 21 innings – Boston, Massachusetts – 6/6/1972 – Eastern Massachusetts High School League Quarter-Finals – Stoneham High School Spartans 3 Arlington High School Spy Ponders 2.

    Philip J. Lowry

  12. #12
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    Uh, Phil, this is the International forum, not the long game forum. You'll have to find another place to post these long US games. Otherwise, I may be compelled to start deleting posts which are not relevant to the forum topic. Perhaps using the blog feature would be more suitable.
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  13. #13
    jalbright

    understood

    i will not post USA games any more

    PLowry

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