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This Week In Baseball History

May 12, 2022

Due to personal conflicts, it's a rerun this week on the 70th anniversary of the Dodgers reaching base 19 straight times against the Reds.


May 5, 2022

In the long history of baseball, it's only happened twice that pitchers on opposing teams no-hit one another's clubs in back-to-back games, but the second one happened 53 years ago this week when Jim Maloney and Don Wilson authored brilliant no-nos against the Astros and Reds, respectively. Mike and Bill look back at...


Apr 28, 2022

It was 91 years ago when Wes Ferrell no-hit the Browns while providing almost all of his team's offense. In honor of that, Mike and Bill look back at one of the most underrated players of the early 20th century.

Plus, happy birthday to Red Lucas and Harry Harper!


Apr 21, 2022

It was an iconic trade that occured two days before the start of the regular season, 62 years ago this week as Cleveland sent beloved star and home run champ Rocky Colavito to Detroit for batting champ Harvey Kuenn. Did it work out? Well, for one of them, maybe.

Plus, happy birthday to Charlie Ferguson and Harry Coveleski!


Apr 14, 2022

Perhaps there is no more important anniversary in baseball history than Jackie Robinson signing and debuting with the Dodgers, reintegrating the National League 75 years ago this week. Mike and Bill go through the first two seasons of Jackie's career in the Dodgers organization and the often harrowing life he was...