Baseball History for September 13th

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS:

1864 Al Schellhase
1887 Harry Redmond
1890 Walt Marbet
1893 John Kelleher
1893 Dutch Ruether
1893 Mike McNally
1894 Sam Crane
1894 Dink O’Brien
1896 Art Stokes
1896 Pat Collins
1896 Roy Wilson
1897 Eddie Rommel
1898 Curt Fullerton
1903 Rabbit Warstler
1906 Thornton Lee
1906 Jim Levey
1907 John Campbell
1908 Otho Nitcholas
1915 Morrie Aderholt
1916 Roy Zimmerman
1931 George Susce
1934 Tom Hughes
1938 Bob Heffner
1939 Tom Parsons
1945 Rick Wise
1947 Mike Adamson
1949 Jim Obradovich
1949 Rick Dempsey
1951 Tom McMillan
1954 Billy Smith
1954 John Harris
1955 Mike Fischlin
1963 Rodney McCray
1964 Greg Hibbard
1965 Steve Curry
1967 Rod Correia
1968 Erik Bennett
1968 Bernie Williams
1968 Denny Neagle
1969 Russ Davis
1971 Brent Brede
1971 Armando Rios
1972 Nelson Cruz
1972 Chan Perry
1976 Wade Miller
1977 Grant Roberts
1980 Daisuke Matsuzaka
1981 Justin James
1982 Rickie Weeks
1983 Andy LaRoche
1984 Jesse English
1985 Luke French
1988 Andy Wilkins
1991 Zach Lee

OBITUARIES:

1917 Gene Derby
1918 Ernie Beam
1933 Joe Harrington
1945 Cy Blanton
1946 Ed Gagnier
1947 Ed Lennon
1949 Tim Jordan
1952 Al Clauss
1953 Wese Callahan
1954 Roy Grimes
1960 Ralph Mattis
1966 Ralph Comstock
1967 Joe Stanley
1967 Ralph LaPointe
1970 Lee Riley
1973 Vince Barton
1973 Johnny McCarthy
1979 Hap Ward
1980 Charlie Pechous
1999 Bill Lohrman
2001 Jorge Comellas
2003 Johnny Welaj
2009 Lonny Frey
2012 Jack Pierce
2013 Dan Osinski
2014 Frank Torre

YOU SHOULD HAVE BEEN THERE!!!

1883 – One Armed Hugh Daily no-hits Philadelphia, 1 – 0. Daily lost his left hand in a gun accident…

1925 Dazzy Vance, on the heels of a one-hitter, fires a no-hitter to beat Philadelpha, 10 – 1.

1936 Bob Feller fans 17 – at 17-years-old. Everybody is taking advantage of Philadelphia – this time, the As.

1973 Tito Fuentes becomes the seventh person to be hit by a pitch three times in the same game.

2006 Gary Matthews, Jr. keys an 11 – 3 win for the Rangers by hitting for the Cycle against Detroit’s Justin Verlander and Mike Maroth.

TRANSACTION WIRE:

1958 Philadelphia signs amateur free agent Lee Elia.

1960 Philadelphia signs amateur free agent pitcher Mike Marshall.

1983 Milwaukee purchases Mexican League pitcher Teddy Higuera.

1985 New York signs amateur free agent outfielder Bernie Williams.

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