Double Header

Some articles on double header, double, doubles:

1939 In Baseball - Events - August – September
... August 20 – The Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago Cubs split a double header at Forbes Field ... August 26 – The double header between the Brooklyn Dodgers and Cincinnati Reds at Ebbets Field is telecast on Channel W2XBS in Brooklyn ... September 29 – The second game of the double header between the Cleveland Indians and Detroit Tigers at Briggs Stadium is called after five innings due to rain ...
1939 In Baseball - Events - June – July
... Louis Browns sweep a double header from the Washington Senators to end an eleven game losing streak ... Yankees defeat the Philadelphia Athletics 23–2 10–0 in a double header ... record four extra-base hits, including a double, triple and two home runs ...
1935 Detroit Tigers Season - Regular Season - Season Highlights
... led the Tigers to victories in both games of a double-header against the Browns ... Hank Greenberg had a double, a triple and three RBIs to give him 100 RBIs at the All-Star break ... Tigers' win streak ended at 10 games‚ despite a record-tying 10 doubles, in a 12-11 loss to the Senators ...
Ed Kranepool - Earning The First Base Job
... His first game back was at first base in game one of a May 31 double header against the San Francisco Giants ... Kranepool also played first in the second game of the double header, which went 23 innings ... Kranepool was later quoted as saying of the record setting double header that lasted nearly ten hours and ended at 1120 PM ...
Bases Loaded '96: Double Header
... Bases Loaded '96 Double Header (known in Japan as Moero!! Pro Yakyuu '95 Double Header) is a 1995 sports video game released for the Sega Saturn and the Sony PlayStation ...

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