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The Spread of baseball project is an effort to document how the game of baseball spread from the New York City area in the mid-19th century to other areas. The Knickerbocker Rules, codified in 1845, gave clubs a set of common rules by which to play, and led to an increase in the game's popularity in the years before the Civil War. SABR's Origins Committee has documented thousands of pre-professional games, including the first known games in each state and country.

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  • 1920 - The Detroit Tigers' Bobby Veach (pictured) and the New York Giants' George Burns hit for the cycle, the first time in Major League history that it happened twice in the same day. The feat would not be duplicated for 88 years.
  • 1935 - Brooklyn Dodgers OF Len Koenecke, dropped by the team, and put off an American Airline flight for drunkenness in Detroit, hires a private plane to fly him to Buffalo, where he had played previously. During the flight he tries to take over the controls and gets into a fight with the pilot. He dies after the co-pilot hits him over the head with a fire extinguisher.
  • 1968 - Yutaka Enatsu fans Sadaharu Oh to set a new strikeout record. He will finish the day with 354. He will have 401 by the end of the Year of the Pitcher.
  • 1979 - The Kansas City Royals' George Brett collects his 20th triple of the season in a 16 - 4 romp over the California Angels. Brett becomes the 6th player ever, and the first since Willie Mays in 1957, to collect 20 doubles, 20 triples, and 20 home runs in the same season. He will finish with totals of 42, 20, and 23.
  • 1988 - Pitching in the 9th inning, Jeff Reardon saves his 40th game of the season in the Minnesota Twins' 3 - 1 win over the Chicago White Sox, becoming the first pitcher ever to save 40 games in a season in each league. Reardon saved 41 for the Montreal Expos in 1985.

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