Baseball in the 1920s

by maureryan
Last updated 8 years ago

Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
History
Grade:
11

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Baseball in the 1920s

1922

1921

Edd Raush was given a contract in this year to become the highest paid player at the time.

1924

On August 5th, the first Major League game was broadcasted on radio.

1920

1926

Hi Bell is famous for being a pitcher at the start and the end of a winning a game that went on to become a doubleheader.

On June 15, Lou Gehrig made his Major League debut.

1923

On April 30, Charlie Robertson threw the first perfect game in history.

Baseball in the 1920s

1927

1929

In this year, Babe Ruth broke the record for most home runs in a single season with 60

On February 13 and 14, talks were held to create the Negro National League.

Harry Hartman used the phrase, "Going, going, gone", for the first time.

April 16, Cleveland used numbers on their jerseys for the first time.


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