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Fri, 1994-08-12

On August 12, 1994, major league players begin a strike that will wipe out the remainder of the season, including the playoffs and the World Series. The strike represents the third labor-related stoppage of baseball in the past 23 years, but the first that eliminates the post-season.

 

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