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July 27, 2005

Don't you just love baseball?

Here's a stat that just jumped out at me as being very, very cool. And also makes you appreciate the statistical history of the game:

July 26, 2005, Oakland vs Cleveland: "Dan Johnson was the DH and batted ninth, and so did Indians DH Jason Dubois -- the first time in major league history both teams' designated hitters were in the last spot in the batting order"

Posted by Ethan Lindsey at 7:20 PM

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