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Fri, 1908-10-02

On October 2, 1908, Addie Joss of the Cleveland Naps tosses a perfect game against the Chicago White Sox. The future Hall of Famer wins a 1-0 decision over Ed Walsh in one of the greatest pitching duels in history. Joss strikes out only three batters, while Walsh fans 15.

 

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