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July 17th

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1934 Cubs right-hander Lon Warneke, with his team ahead of New York, 3-1, loads the bases in the seventh inning with an intentional pass in order to face opposing pitcher Roy Parmalee. The strategy backfires when the hurler hits a grand slam, a drive that barely clears the right field wall, that will prove to be the difference in the Giants' 5-3 victory in the opener of a twin bill at the Polo Grounds.

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