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Thu, 1971-09-30

On September 30, 1971, the Senators play their final game in Washington before their off-season move to Texas. With the Senators holding a 7-5 lead over the New York Yankees in the ninth, numerous fans run onto the field, causing umpire Jim Honochick to declare a forfeit in favor of the Yankees.

 

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