Today in Baseball History July 1
The Twins play early today - tune in as they take on Cincinnati at 11 a.m.
I found this quite interesting. Today's date in 1983, arbitrators ruled that forty-three players who were on the disabled list during the 1981 strike were not entitled to receive salaries for that time period. This saved club owners a staggering 2.5 million dollars.
In 1951, Bob Feller pitched his third career no-hitter. This tied Cy Young's record.
And in 1948, Roy Campanella made his Brooklyn debut.