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  • TODAY in BASEBALL HISTORY.......

    On August 10, 1946, 58 years ago today, marked the first time in Baseball History that ALL Games were played at NIGHT!

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    • #3
      So that means that the Cubs played an away game.

      They didn't have lights in their stadium until 1988.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by yankees rule
        So that means that the Cubs played an away game.

        They didn't have lights in their stadium until 1988.

        Elementary, my dear Watson!

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        • #5
          July 5, 1919

          Babe hit two bombs for his first ever multi-HR game.

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