Baseball History on September 6th

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS:

1852 George Warren (Jumbo) Latham
1860 Charlie Berry
1864 Thomas P. (Oyster) Burns
1867 Pete Gilbert
1878 George Hildebrand
1883 Harry Owen (Dick) Bayless
1888 Danny Mahoney
1888 Urban Clarence (Red) Faber
1889 George Kahler
1893 Bill Murray
1894 Billy Gleason
1895 Joseph Patrick (Shags) Horan
1896 Frank McCrea
1896 Paul Zahniser
1899 Del Bissonette
1903 Tommy Thevenow
1904 Willie Underhill
1910 Johnny Lanning
1911 Harry Danning
1911 Vallie Eaves
1912 Vince DiMaggio
1921 Jack Phillips
1922 Lou Ciola
1922 Harry Perkowski
1924 George Schmees
1924 Jim Fridley
1924 Hal Jeffcoat
1931 Stan Pawloski
1934 Tom Flanigan
1946 Fran Healy
1949 Mike Thompson
1954 Steve Macko
1960 Greg Olson
1960 Al Lachowicz
1961 Roy Smith
1963 John Pawlowski
1964 Mike York
1968 Pat Meares
1975 Derrek Lee
1976 Micheal Nakamura
1978 Frank Brooks
1978 Alex Escobar
1981 Mark Teahen
1983 Jerry Blevins
1985 Mitch Moreland
1988 Arnold Leon
1991 Nick Rumbelow
1992 Socrates Brito

OBITUARIES:

1927 Lave Cross
1932 Frank West
1940 Mordecai Davidson
1947 Joe Gingras
1956 Stubby Magner
1958 Hugh Hill
1958 Tommy de la Cruz
1971 Artie Dede
1971 Andy Kyle
1972 Charlie Berry
1973 Charlie Kavanagh
1974 Sammy Hale
1976 Vern Fear
1977 Ray Fitzgerald
1980 Gus Ketchum
1981 Eddie Ainsmith
1988 Lew Krausse
1990 Al Veach
1996 Barney McCosky
2007 Al Kozar
2013 Santiago Rosario
2015 Barney Schultz

YOU SHOULD HAVE BEEN THERE!!!

1905 White Sox lefty Frank Smith fires a no-hitter as the Sox crush Detroit, 15 – 0.

1912 Giant Jeff Tesreau no hits the Phillies and wins, 3 – 0.

1995 Cal Ripken plays in his 2131st consecutive game, breaking Lou Gehrig’s record.

1996 Baltimore’s Eddie Murray connects for his 500th career homer.

2006 Florida’s Anibel Sanchez blanks the Diamondbacks, 2- 0, without allowing a hit.

TRANSACTION WIRE:

1923 New York purchased tow players from Portsmouth, VA, including Hack Wilson.

1943 Brooklyn signed amateur free agent Gil Hodges.

1964 Pittsburgh purchased Wilbur Wood from the Red Sox.

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