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Jul 09

This Date in Washington Senators History – 1930 Senators win 10th in a row

July 9 1903 – The hometown Nats, one week after Ed Delahanty‘s death, roll Detroit, 17-4. The 17 runs represents the highest offensive output of the year. 1920 – Cleveland scores 4 in the top of the 7th and 4 in the 8th to overcome a 4-0 hole to win, 8-4. Jim Bagby of the …

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Apr 10

The Expansion Senators Debut

On April 10, 1961- Before the Washington Senators and the Chicago White Sox opening day  game the crowd of 26,725 watched President John  F. Kennedy throw out ceremonial first pitch at Griffith Stadium. The Senators’ starting pitcher Dick Donovan did his job in the top of the 1st inning by getting Minnie Minoso to line …

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