Web Analytics and Web Statistics by NextSTAT The Boston Sports Nut: This Day in Red Sox History - June 16

Monday, June 16, 2008

This Day in Red Sox History - June 16

In Red Sox history the following events occured on this date:

1982 Pitching one scoreless inning to protect a 1-0 lead, Red Sox reliever Jeff Reardon breaks Rollie Fingers' career save mark of 341.

1965 Denny McLain enters the game in relief in the first inning and strikes out the first seven batters he faces to set a major league record. The Tigers go on to beat the Red Sox, 6-5

May 26, 1976 Ken Brett (White Sox) no-hit bid end with two outs in the ninth, when third baseman Jorge Orta hopes Angels’ Jerry Remy slow roller will go foul. It doesn't and the no-hitter is lost, but George’s brotherwins game in 11th, 1-0.

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