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November 15th

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1908 In the first contest of a 14-game barnstorming trip, 21 year-old Cuban hurler Jose Mendez one-hits the visiting Reds, 1-0. The Almendares right-hander throws another seven shutout innings in relief in the following two weeks and finishes by tosses a second complete-game shutout, recording an amazing 25 consecutive scoreless innings against the first major league club to ever play on the island.
2010 The Reds and Ramon Hernandez agree to a one-year, $3 million deal. The 34 year-old catcher started in 85 games behind the plate last season, and along with Ryan Hanigan and Corky Miller, was part of a trio that led the National League backstops with 168 hits and a .296 batting average.

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