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July 12th

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1938 In a game against the Senators, Indian second baseman Odell Hale dramatically completes his cycle when his two-out, two-run round-tripper knots the score at eight runs apiece in the ninth inning. Washington wins the Griffith Stadium contest in the bottom of the frame, scoring the walk-off tally on a sacrifice fly delivered by Sam West.
1951 At Cleveland Municipal Stadium, Yankee right-hander Allie Reynolds, facing only 29 batters, no-hits the Indians, 1-0, thanks to Gene Woodling's solo home run off Bob Feller in the seventh inning. The 'Chief' retires the last seventeen batters to face him, striking out Bobby Avila to end the game.

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