When occured: 
Wed, 1937-01-27

On January 27, 1937, the home of the Cincinnati Reds is affected by a massive flood. Heavy rains in Cincinnati had caused the flood, burying home plate at Crosley Field under 20 feet of cold water. Fortunately, with the season two months away, Opening Day will be unaffected.


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