Baseball date dismantled, October 14

On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, Cubbie Blue Bleed He is pleased to offer a light heart, Cubs– A focused look at baseball’s colorful past, with lots of Science And the various narratives to follow as they unfold over time. Here’s a handy schedule for the cubs, to help you continue. We also include Cubs player birthdays and a bit of world history, for context.

Today in baseball history:

Cubs birthdays: go startAnd the Charlie WaitAnd the Ed EitelorgAnd the Hugh CaseyAnd the Shamsky artAnd the Joe GirardiAnd the Carlos MarmolAnd the Brad Week. Also note: Oscar Charleston HOF.

Today in world history:

  • 1322 Robert the Bruce of Scotland defeats King Edward II of England at Peeland, forcing Edward to accept Scottish independence.
  • 1773 American Revolutionary War: Shipments of British East India Company tea ships burned in Annapolis, Maryland.
  • 1862 Baseball player James Creighton ruptures his bladder when struck to a heartbeat and dies 10/18.
  • 1867 The fifteenth and last of the Tokugawa Shogunate, Tokugawa Yoshinobu resigned in Japan.
  • 1884 George Eastman patented paper tape.
  • 1964 Martin Luther King Jr. announced that he won the Nobel Peace Prize.

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