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Pitcher Bill Voiselle wore the number 96 because he grew up in the town of Ninety Six, SC.
On the AA Altoona Curve's 2002 roster, there were a player named Paul Revere. On the current roster, there is a Ben Franklin.
Pinch hitter Eddie Gaedel wore the number '1/8'.
The Orioles 2nd park, Lloyd Street Grounds, had a wall at 605 feet.
The Toronto Blue Jays have no retired numbers.
In 1912, Washington pitcher Edward Monroe threw 2 strikeouts against the Naps, was traded to the Naps in that inning, & then threw 3 strikeouts for them.
No one had an RBI in the 1968 MLB All-Star Game.
Mort Peffelson, first baseman for the Chicago Orphans from 1897-1903, weighed 343 lbs.
Nintendo owns the Seattle Mariners.
The first designated hitter's initials were DH (Dan Hayes).
George Clooney was picked by the Chicago Cubs 236th overall in the 1976 MLB Draft.
The Los Angeles Dodgers (then known as the Brooklyn Bridegrooms), had an almost 4-season home-run drought from 1889-1893.
Warren Spahn retired with 363 wins & 363 hits.
In 1905, Reds outfielder Jack McCarthy threw out 3 runners at home plate in the same inning.
The AA Reading Phillies' mascot is the Crazy Hot Dog Vendor.
There is an A team named the Tempe Disco Knights.
In 1957, the Dodgers & Cubs traded their minor league teams' entire 25-man rosters.
Former Red Sox pitcher Clarence Blethen got bit in the butt by his false teeth while sliding in to second base in 1923.
Outfielder Oscar Fullerson played on 5 different World Series teams in a row.
Former Cincinnati Reds pitcher Ken Ash won a game in 1 pitch in 1930.

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