I am a member of the Marathon Seekers Group which is doing research to locate all baseball marathons lasting 20 or more innings. We have 648 so far on our List.

But so far there are only 214 on the List from Minor League Baseball.

We are hoping that you may be able to help us find some of these games. We feel like we have only hit the tip of the Iceberg; we have only begun to scratch the surface.

These marathons are very difficult to discover however.

We are hopeful that you can review the history of Minor League baseball in your records to see if there may be such a game waiting to be discovered.

We offer an Official Certificate to all those who report a new game to be added to the List.

Thank you very much for your help.

Philip J. Lowry
Author, Baseball's Longest Games

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

MINOR LEAGUES (214)

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION (7)

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

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

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

20 – Watt Powell Park, Charleston, West Virginia - 7/21/1957 – 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.

23 – All-Sports Stadium, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – 5/28/1970 and 5/29/1970 – 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.

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

20 – Greer Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee – 9/7/1990 – 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.

APPALACHIAN LEAGUE (2)

27 – Burlington Athletic Stadium, Burlington, North Carolina – 6/24/1988 – 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.

23 – Calfee Park, Pulaski, Virginia – 8/2 and 8/3/2012 – 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.

BASIN LEAGUE (1)

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

BIG STATE LEAGUE (2)

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

20 – East Texan Park, Tyler, Texas – 7/15/1952 – 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.

BI-STATE LEAGUE (1)

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

CALIFORNIA LEAGUE (7)

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

23 – Lawrence Hardball Park, Lodi, California – 8/31/1966 – 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.

22 – Recreation Park, Visalia, California - 6/19/1971 and 6/20/1971 – 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.

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

22 – Billy Hebert Field, Stockton, California – 9/5/1990 and 9/6/1990 – 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.

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

21 – Banner Island Ballpark, Stockton, California – 6/4/2009 and 6/5/2009 – 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.

CALIFORNIA STATE LEAGUE (1)

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

CANADIAN AMERICAN (CAN AM) LEAGUE (1)

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

CAROLINA LEAGUE (4)

20 – Frank Lawrence Stadium, Portsmouth, Virginia – 4/18/1967 – 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.

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

20 – BB&T (Branch Banking and Trust) Ballpark, Winston-Salem, North Carolina – 5/19/2010 – 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.

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

CENTRAL ASSOCIATION (2)

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

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

CENTRAL KANSAS LEAGUE (1)

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

CENTRAL LEAGUE (1)

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

CONNECTICUT/DELAWARE/MARYLAND/NEW JERSEY/PENN (INTER-STATE) LEAGUE (1)

23 – Municipal Stadium, Hagerstown, Maryland – 9/3/1949 – York White Roses 3 Hagerstown Owls 2 in 4:25, 2nd game postponed – 560 fans.

DELAWARE/NEW JERSEY/PENNSYLVANIA (TRI-STATE) LEAGUE (1)

21 – Point Grounds, Johnstown, Pennsylvania - 8/8/1907 – Johnstown Johnnies 4 Reading Pretzels 3 in 2:45.

DIXIE ASSOCIATION (1)

22 – Ray Winder Field, Little Rock, Arkansas – 7/20/1971 – 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.

EASTERN ASSOCIATION (1)

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

EASTERN ILLINOIS LEAGUE (1)

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

EASTERN LEAGUE (11 – 1 AT NEW YORK-PENNSYLVANIA LEAGUE = 10)

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

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

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

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

20 – Triplets (later Johnson) Field, Johnson City, New York – 5/18/1952 – Binghamton Triplets 4 Scranton Miners 3 in 5:10, then Scranton 4 Binghamton 0 in 7 innings.

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

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

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

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

21 – Dunn Field, Elmira, New York – 6/25/1965 – 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 – Municipal Stadium, Waterbury, Connecticut - 7/31/1966 – Waterbury Giants 9 York White Roses 8 in 6:13 – finished at 12:46 AM in the early morning of 8/1.

FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE (13)

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

29 – Al Lang Field (I), St. Petersburg, Florida – 6/14/1966 – 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.

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

23 – Fort Lauderdale Stadium, Fort Lauderdale, Florida – 5/24/1981 and 5/25/1981 – 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 – Al Lang Field (II) (later Progress Energy Park), St. Petersburg and Holman Stadium, Vero Beach, Florida – 4/29/1988 and 5/28/1988 – 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.

21 – Ed Smith Stadium, Sarasota and Dunedin Stadium at Grant Field (later Knology Park), Dunedin, Florida – 4/24/1989 and 5/17/1989 – 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 – Al Lang Field (II) (later Progress Energy Park), St. Petersburg, Florida – 6/8/1993 – 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 – 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 – Al Lang Field (II) (later Progress Energy Park), St. Petersburg, Florida – 4/14/1994 – St. Petersburg Cardinals 8 Lakeland Tigers 7 in 7:07 – 1021 fans - finished at 2:42 AM in the early morning of 4/15.

20 – Hammond Stadium, Fort Myers, Florida – 4/13/2006 – 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 – Legends Field, Tampa, Florida – 4/17/2007 – Clearwater Threshers 4 Tampa Yankees 1 in 5:14 – 706 fans – ended at 12:14 AM in the early morning of 4/18.

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

23 – Roger Dean Stadium, Jupiter, Florida – 5/23/2011 – 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.

FRONTIER LEAGUE (0)

GEORGIA-FLORIDA LEAGUE (1)

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

GEORGIA STATE LEAGUE (1)

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

HUDSON RIVER LEAGUE (1)

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

ILLINOIS/INDIANA/IOWA (3-I) LEAGUE (3)

22 – Ringwood Park, Clinton, Iowa - 7/25/1907 – Peoria Distillers 3 Clinton Infants 0 in 3:10.

26 – Bloomington Grounds, Bloomington, Illinois – 5/31/1909 – 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.

22 – Douglas Park, Rock Island, Illinois - 7/9/1916 – Hannibal Mules 8 Rock Island Islanders 3 in 4:00.

ILLINOIS-MISSOURI LEAGUE (2)

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

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

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION (1 – 1 AT COLLEGE = 0)

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.

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE (11)

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

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

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

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

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

22 – MacArthur Stadium, Syracuse, New York – 7/30/1980 – 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.

33 - McCoy Stadium, Pawtucket, Rhode Island - 4/18/1981 and 6/23/1981 - 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 – McCoy Stadium, Pawtucket, Rhode Island – 7/26/1981 – Pawtucket Paw Sox 4 Richmond Braves 2.

21 – Cooper Stadium, Columbus, Ohio – 6/10/1985 and 6/11/1985 and 6/12/1985 – 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 – 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.

21 – Diamond, Richmond, Virginia - 8/7/1989 – 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.

IOWA STATE LEAGUE (1)

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

KANSAS STATE LEAGUE (2)

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

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

KENTUCKY/ILLINOIS/TENNESSEE (KITTY) LEAGUE (3)

20 – Fairgrounds, Henderson, Kentucky – 8/11/1904 – Cairo Egyptians 4 Henderson Blue Birds 2.

21 – League Park, Princeton, Indiana – 6/27/1905 – Hopkinsville Hoppers 4 Princeton Infants 2 in 3:10 – 200 fans – finished at 6:10 PM.

20 – Hook Ball Park, Paducah, Kentucky – 7/8/1938 – 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.

MEXICAN CENTER LEAGUE (1)

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

MEXICAN LEAGUE (6)

22 – Parque Deportivo del Seguro Social (Social Security Stadium), Mexico City, Distrito Federal (Federal District), Mexico - 7/14/1969 – 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 – Estadio (Stadium) Torreon, Torreon, State of Coahuila, Mexico – 5/8/1973 – Cordoba Cafeteros (Coffee Growers) 2 Torreon Mineros (Miners) 1.

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

23 – Estadio (Stadium) Cordoba, Cordoba, State of Veracruz, Mexico – 4/28/1977 – 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.

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

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

MEXICAN PACIFIC LEAGUE (8)

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

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

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

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

21 – Estadio (Stadium) Emilio Ibarra, Los Mochis, State of Sinaloa, Mexico - 11/26/1988 – 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.

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

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

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

MICHIGAN-ONTARIO LEAGUE (2)

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

20 – Ace Park, Saginaw, Michigan - 7/12/1924 – Flint Vehics 3 Saginaw Aces 2, then Flint 4 Saginaw 2 in 7 innings.

MIDWEST LEAGUE (7)

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

21 – Danville Stadium, Danville, Illinois - 6/4/1974 – 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.

22 – Waterloo Stadium, Waterloo, Iowa – 5/30/1976 – 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.

21 – Community Field (II), Burlington, Iowa – 8/10/1983 and 8/11/1983 – 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.

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

25 – Waterloo Stadium, Waterloo, Iowa and Riverview Stadium (later Alliant Energy Field), Clinton, Iowa – 7/6/1989 and 8/17/1989 – 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 – John O’Donnell Stadium, Davenport, Iowa - 5/19/1999 – Clinton Lumber Kings 3 Quad-City River Bandits 2 in 5:49.

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY LEAGUE (2)

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

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

MISSOURI STATE LEAGUE (1)

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

MISSOURI VALLEY LEAGUE (2)

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

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

NEGRO LEAGUE (5 – 2 AT AMATEUR = 3)

20 – League Grounds, Paducah, Kentucky – 6/18/1905 – 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”.

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

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

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

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

NEGRO TEXAS-OKLAHOMA LEAGUE (1)

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

NEW ENGLAND LEAGUE (1)

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

NEW YORK-PENNSYLVANIA LEAGUE (5)

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

21 – College Stadium (later Russell Diethrich Park), Jamestown, New York - 8/14/1965 – 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.

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

22 – Falcon Park, Auburn, New York – 7/7/2005 and 8/14/2005 – 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.

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

NORTH CAROLINA STATE LEAGUE (1)

20 ½ – Hanes Field, Durham, North Carolina - 7/5/1915 – 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.

NORTHERN LEAGUE (1)

21 – Rox Park, St. Cloud, Minnesota – 7/25/1966 and 8/28/1966 – 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.

NORTHWEST LEAGUE (2)

25 – Memorial Stadium, Everett, Washington and Civic Stadium, Eugene, Oregon – 8/18/1989 and 8/24/1989 – 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.

23 – Dust Devils Stadium, Pasco, Washington – 8/16/2004 and 8/17/2004 – 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.

NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE (3)

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

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

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

OHIO-PENNSYLVANIA LEAGUE (2)

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

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

OHIO STATE LEAGUE (1)

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

PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE (15)

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

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

24 – Buffalo Park, Sacramento, California – 9/10/1911 – 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 – Sacramento Sacts 4 Los Angeles Angels 4 in 3:10.

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

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

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

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

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

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

20 – Lucky Beaver Stadium, Portland, Oregon – 4/24/1955 – 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 – Sicks’ Stadium, Seattle, Washington - 5/8/1959 – 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.

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

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

24 – Greer Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee – 5/5/2006 and 5/6/2006 – 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.

PACIFIC NORTHWEST LEAGUE (1)

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

PIEDMONT LEAGUE (3)

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

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

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

PIONEER LEAGUE (0)

PROVINCIAL LEAGUE (3)

20 – Municipal Stadium, Trois-Rivieres, Province of Quebec, Canada – 7/5/1938 – 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 – Drummondville, Province of Quebec, Canada – 7/8/1952 and 8/12/1952 – Three Rivers Yankees 3 Drummondville Cubs 2, suspended after 19 innings.

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

SOUTH ATLANTIC (SALLY) LEAGUE (15)

20 – Latta Park, Charlotte, North Carolina - 8/30/1919 – Columbia Comers 5 Charlotte Hornets 5.

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

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

20 – Jennings Stadium, Augusta, Georgia – 7/15/1954 – Macon Peaches 3 Augusta Rams 3 in 4:40.

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

20 – Jacksonville Ball Park (later Municipal Stadium, then Wolfson Park), Jacksonville, Florida – 5/21/1958 – 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 – 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.

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

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

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

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

21 – Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium, Kannapolis, North Carolina – 9/7/2005 – 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.

22 – FirstEnergy Park, Lakewood, New Jersey – 4/26/2006 and 5/7/2006 – 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.

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

SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION (3)

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

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

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

SOUTHERN LEAGUE (7)

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

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

23 – Grayson Stadium, Savannah, Georgia – 4/14/1973 – 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.

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

20 – Tim McCarver Stadium, Memphis, Tennessee – 6/17/1991 and 6/18/1991 – 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.

23 – Municipal Stadium, Greenville, South Carolina – 8/6/1998 and 8/7/1998 – 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.

20 – Baseball Grounds, Jacksonville, Florida – 8/12/2006 and 8/13/2006 – 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.

SOUTHERN MICHIGAN ASSOCIATION (2)

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

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

SOUTHWEST INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE (1)

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

TEXAS LEAGUE (18)

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

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

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

21 – Tech Field, San Antonio, Texas – 6/2/1935 - San Antonio Missions 4 Dallas Steers 3 in 3:50 in 1st game, 2nd game called after 2 innings – 5000 fans.

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

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

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

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

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

24 – Mission Stadium, San Antonio, Texas – 4/29/1960 – 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.

25 – Turnpike (later Arlington) Stadium, Arlington, Texas – 6/17/1965 – 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.

20 – V.J. Keefe Stadium, San Antonio, Texas – 6/28/1977 – 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.

23 – Smith-Wills Stadium, Jackson, Mississippi – 7/6/1982 – 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 – V.J. Keefe Stadium, San Antonio, Texas – 5/21/1987 – Shreveport Captains 4 San Antonio Dodgers 3 in 6:04 – 1144 fans – finished at 1:04 AM in the early morning of 5/22.

26 – V.J. Keefe Stadium, San Antonio, Texas – 7/14/1988 and 7/16/1988 – 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 – Wolff Stadium, San Antonio, Texas – 8/14/2004 – 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.

20 – Whataburger Field, Corpus Christi, Texas – 6/1/2005 – 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.

20 – Wolff Stadium, San Antonio, Texas – 9/14/2011 – 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.

TEXAS VALLEY LEAGUE (AKA LONE STAR LEAGUE) (1)

20 – Edinburg, Texas - 4/24/1927 – Laredo Oilers 3 Edinburg Bobcats 3 - called on account of darkness; second game postponed.

VIRGINIA LEAGUE (2)

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

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

WESTERN ASSOCIATION (3)

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

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

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

WESTERN INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE (1)

23 – Royal Athletic Park, Victoria, Province of British Columbia, Canada – 5/5/1951 – 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.

WESTERN LEAGUE (7 – 1 AT NATL LEAGUE SPRING TRAINING = 6)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

WEST VIRGINIA LEAGUE (1)

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

WISCONSIN-ILLINOIS LEAGUE (1)

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

WISCONSIN ASSOCIATION (1)

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