What did Pete Rose do on this day in baseball…

­Cy Young’s 23-inning no-hit streak came to an end in 1904. Two innings on April 25, six on April 30 , a perfect game on May 5 against the Philadelphia A’s, and six innings today were all part of the streak. 1919 — At the Polo Grounds, Walter Johnson of the Washington Senators and Jack Quinn of the New York Yankees engaged in a duel during which Johnson tossed 12 shutout innings.

The Big Train retired 28 consecutive hitters while giving up just two hits. George Halas, a future football star, batted leadoff for the Yankees and finished 0-for-5 with two strikeouts.

1980 — at the age of 39 In one inning, Pete Rose leads the Phillies in thefts at second base, third base, and home. Jackie Robinson was the last player in the National League to accomplish this accomplishment in 1954. 1996: The Marlins defeated the Colorado Rockies 11-0 thanks to a no-hitter thrown by Al Leiter, the wildest pitcher in the American League the season before.

2021 — The Oakland Athletics are given permission by MLB to begin looking into relocation possibilities because their most recent effort to reach a consensus with local authorities on the replacement of the dilapidated Oakland Coliseum has failed.

2022 — In a 14-11 Brewers loss to the Reds, Christian Yelich hits for the cycle for the third time, making him the fifth player to do so. In 2018, over the course of three weeks, he had also faced the Reds in his previous two cycles.

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