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1971 Jerry Grote hits a walk-off homer in the 11th inning off Wayne Granger at Shea Stadium. The New York catcher's game-ending round-tripper accounts for the only run scored in the Mets' 1-0 victory over Cincinnati.
1985 Cal Ripken, nursing a sprained left ankle suffered while covering second base on a pickoff play in yesterday's game against the Rangers, is ordered by the doctor not to play in today's game against the Midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy. The Orioles shortstop's streak of consecutive games, which would have ended if not for the team's exhibition contest in Annapolis, is in its infancy at 444 games.
1994 In the inaugural major league game played at The Ballpark in Arlington, Holly Minter, posing for a picture, is seriously injured when she slips and falls 30 feet from the upper deck in right field to the lower section of the new $189 million stadium. The Rangers report a security guard was en route to tell the 26 year-old fan to move away from the railing.
1994 The Rangers play their first major league game in The Ballpark in Arlington, losing to Milwaukee, 4-3. Texas leadoff hitter David Hulse gets the stadium's first hit, a first frame single, and Dave Nilsson hits the first home run in the $189 million facility, a solo shot leading off the bottom of the fifth inning.

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