MLB Standings on Famous Dates

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Can you name the teams standings on these famous dates?

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Franz Ferdinand Assassinated (6-28-1914)
38-24 (Bullet Joe Bush) 
38-30 (Harry Coveleski) 
36-31 (Carl Weilman) 
35-22 (Jeff Tesreau) 
Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act Signed (7-17-1930)
60-29 (Lefty Grove) 
55-31 (Lloyd Brown) 
51-35 (George Pipgras/Red Ruffing) 
49-32 (Dazzy Vance) 
49-36 (Pat Malone) 
WWII Ends (8-15-1945)
70-38 (Hank Wyse) 
66-45 (Red Barrett) 
62-47 (Hal Gregg) 
61-44 (Hal Newhouser) 
Six-Day War Begins (6-5-1967)
34-18 (Milt Pappas) 
29-18 (Earl Wilson) 
28-20 (Mike McCormick) 
27-18 (Dick Hughes) 
Nixon Resigns (8-9-1974)
73-40 (Andy Messersmith) 
68-46 (Jack Billingham) 
66-48 (Catfish Hunter) 
62-50 (Luis Tiant) 
China Declares Martial Law (5-20-1989)
28-14 (Dave Stewart) 
27-15 (Bert Blyleven) 
25-16 (Bret Saberhagen) 
23-20 (Scott Bankhead) 
23-21 (Ed Whitson) 
MLB Enters Longest Strike (8-12-1994)
74-40 (Ken Hill) 
70-43 (Jimmy Key) 
68-46 (Greg Maddux) 
67-46 (Jason Bere/Wilson Alvarez) 
World Trade Center Attacked (9-11-2001)
104-40 (Jamie Moyer) 
87-57 (Mark Mulder) 
86-57 (Roger Clemens) 
84-59 (Wade Miller) 

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