Baseball History on March 22

ARRIVALS:

1854  Myron Allen
1856  Bill McClellan
1866  Jack Boyle
1867  Nick Reeder
1869  Ed Fuller
1869  George Bausewine
1875  Jake Livingstone
1881  Bill Chappelle
1887  Luke Urban
1889  Tillie Shafer
1892  Lew Wendell
1896  Chick Holmes
1906  Overton Tremper
1906  Marv Owen
1906  Moose Solters
1907  Johnny Scalzi
1909  Ed Cole
1913  Hank Steinbacher
1915  Norm Branch
1918  Carl Miles
1918  Bill Butland
1921  George Crowe
1926  Billy Goodman
1927  Paul Stuffel
1928  Paul Schramka
1932  Al Schroll
1935  Gene Oliver
1940  Dick Ellsworth
1944  Matt Galante
1948  Carlos Velazquez
1948  Jake Brown
1949  Terry Wilshusen
1952  Eddie Bane
1952  Eric Rasmussen
1953  Dan Boitano
1960  Matt Sinatro
1960  Scott Bradley
1963  Rich Monteleone
1965  Glenallen Hill
1966  Sean Berry
1968  Ramon Martinez
1972  Cory Lidle
1974  Jason Phillips
1978  Jeremy Griffiths
1979  Juan Uribe
1982  Mike Morse
1984  Joe Smith
1985  Justin Masterson
1986  Dexter Fowler
1987  Ike Davis
1990  Andrew Susac
1990  Brett Marshall

DEPARTURES:

1897  Dave Anderson
1902  Johnny Ryan
1904  Art McCoy
1905  Gus Krock
1912  Ed Kenna
1918  Jim Holdsworth
1940  Libe Washburn
1942  Bob Vail
1944  Claude Hendrix
1947  Tony Von Fricken
1949  Jake Livingstone
1950  Slim Sallee
1953  Michael Driscoll
1954  Harry LaRoss
1957  Charlie Babington
1960  Gordon Rhodes
1962  Lee DeMontreville
1962  John Martina
1962  Red Thomas
1969  Floyd Speer
1973  Bill McCorry
1980  Ray Foley
1983  Don Savidge
1993  Steve Olin
1996  Pete Whisenant
2001  Newt Kimball
2007  Willard Schmidt
2007  Don Dennis
2011  Normie Roy

YOU SHOULD’A BEEN THERE:

2014  Los Angeles tops Arizona 3 – 1, Scott Van Slyke’s homer carrying Clayton Kershaw’s fine outing, to win MLB’s first game in Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

TRANSACTION WIRE:

1964  Milwaukee signs free agent Cito Gaston as an amateur free agent.

1972  Boston sends Sparky Lyle to the Yankees for Danny Cater and a player to be named later – Mario Guerrero.

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