Burleigh Grimes. Burleigh Grimes gave up the first grand slam in World Series history in 1920.
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Los Angeles Dodgers. Sandy Koufax lead the Dodgers to three championships, winning 25 games three times, and pitching no-hitters in four consecutive seasons.
Yankee Stadium. George Brett's home run was reinstated after the "Pine Tar Incident", and the Kansas City Royals wound up winning the game 5-4.
Reggie Jackson. Reggie Jackson the Yankee won the World Series MVP in 1977 and Reggie Jackson the Oakland A won the World Series MVP in 1973.
$88.5 Million. Major League Baseball's annual payroll for players tripled from the strike year of 1994 to 2009.
Fenway Park. Fenway Park opened on April 20, 1912, and became the second home of the Boston Red Sox.
The Baseball Bunch. "The Baseball Bunch" featured demonstrations of baseball fundamentals to children and was hosted by Johnny Bench.