Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 6: DH, Cycles, and Records


Alex Kielar  | April 6th, 2020 

I am back again solo to bring you everything that happened today in baseball history, as there were several records tied and broken, including Trevor Story being the first player to hit a homer in each of his first three major league games and Jack Morris making his 14th straight Opening Day start.

I also talked about the designated hitter being introduced in the American League, and the Mariners becoming a franchise. Be sure to check out a new episode every day as we look back on the history of the great game of baseball.

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