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2008 Olympics

The baseball competition at the 2008 Olympics was held in Beijing, China from August 13 to August 23 at Wukesong Baseball Field at the Wukesong Culture and Sports Center. The complex featured two competition fields and a training field. It was the final time that baseball was included in the Olympics until at least 2020. It featured the third different Gold Medal winner in the past three Olympics in baseball. Notable names included Hyun-jin Ryu, Stephen Strasburg, Yu Darvish, Pedro Luis Lazo, Rhéal Cormier, Alfredo Despaigne, Shinnosuke Abe, Wei-Yin Chen and Seung-yeop Lee.

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Today in Baseball

July 27: Today's featured birthday is that of Rich Dauer, who turns 63.

  • 1927 - Mel Ott hits an inside-the-park home run for his first career circuit clout. He will hit 510 more MLB homers, but none of them will be inside the park efforts.
  • 1978 - Duane Kuiper (pictured) hits two bases-loaded triples in a game, becoming only the third major leaguer this century to do so.
  • 1988 - Tommy John makes an unenviable three errors on a single play, bobbling a grounder by Jeffrey Leonard, throwing it into right field, then taking the relay throw from Rob Deer and promptly firing it over Don Slaught's head to let Jim Gantner and Leonard both score.
  • 1997 - Eelco Jansen throws the first regular season perfect game by a Dutch pitcher in Hoofdklasse history.
  • 1998 - Tony Womack has his 888th straight at-bat without grounding into a double play. This breaks Pete Reiser's 52-year-old record.

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