Tag Archive: Paul Casanova

Jun 12

Casanova’s Long Night

June 12, 1967 At District of Columbia Stadium the Washington Senators and the Chicago White Sox played in what was the longest night game (22 innings, six hours, and 38 minutes) in Major League history.  The Senators win the game 6-5 when Paul Casanova hits a single to left field and Hank Allen scores the …

Continue reading »

May 06

This Date in Washington Senators History

May 6 1967 – Behind 9th inning solo homers by Bob Chance and Paul Casanova, the Senators win their 3rd straight by shutting out the Angels 2-0 in Anaheim. Darold Knowles picks up the victory with 6 solid innings of relief, scattering 2 hits and striking out 6. Senators Birthdays Patrick Henry (Pat) Duff B …

Continue reading »

Dec 21

This Date In Washington Senators History

December 21 Starting today I am going to post This Date in Washington Senators History. Baseball historians Art Audley and Jamie Johnson researched and chronicled events, such as daily highlights plus birthdays in Washington Senators’ history (both franchises-the original Senators [1901-1960] and the expansion Senators [1961-1971]). Senators Birthdays Paulino Ortiz Casanova B Dec. 21, 1941 …

Continue reading »

Jun 12

This Day in D.C. Baseball History – June 12, 1967

The Senators and the White Sox will play in the longest night game (22 innings, six hours, and 38 minutes) in Major League history.  The Senators win the game 6-5 when Paul Casanova, singles in the winning run in the bottom of the 22nd inning. The ninth at bat is the charm for the Senators’ …

Continue reading »