This day in baseball

Dodgers pitcher Harry McIntire pitched 10.2 innings of no-hit baseball against the Pirates on August 1, 1906.  He then gave up a single to Pirates second baseman Claude Ritchey and would go on to lose the game 1-0 on an unearned run.

Harry McIntire with the Reds (Wikimedia Commons)

Harry McIntire with the Reds (Wikimedia Commons)

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2 Comments on “This day in baseball”

  1. mrbill7474 says:

    A pitcher going 10+ innings? In one day? Unheard of! We’ve got relievers now who can’t throw to more than three batters in one game. And they’re making millions in the process! What happened? 🙂


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