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Click on the 'First MLB Game' link on this page to read about the first game in MLB history and to see who played in it.
The shortest nine-inning game in MLB history was played by the Philadelphia Phillies and the New York Giants on September 28, 1919. In the first game of a season-ending doubleheader, the Giants by 6 to 1 in just 51 minutes.
51 minutes. The quickest played game in MLB history was 51 minutes between the New York Giants and Philadelphia Phillies on September 28, 1919. The Giants won 6-1.
The first game in MLB history was May 4, 1871 between the Cleveland Forest Cities and the Fort Wayne Kekiongas. Click on the 'First MLB Game' link on this page to read about the game.
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A total of 127 teams have had two 20 game winners.
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Eddie Gaedel, all 3' 7" of him, is the shortest player to have ever played in MLB when he was sent up to pinch hit in a game between the St. Louis Browns and Detroit Tigers on August 19, 1951. Click on the 'Eddie Gaedel' link on this page to read the story of his appearance in an MLB game.
Eddie Gaedel, all 3' 7" of him, is the shortest player to have ever played in MLB when he was sent up to pinch hit in a game between the St. Louis Browns and Detroit Tigers on August 19, 1951.
Roy Halladay has thrown only one perfect game, and he is only the 20th player to pitch a perfect game in major league baseball history.
There have been plenty of short players in the MLB. As there were many that measured under 5 feet, 5 inches, it would be difficult to create a list. However, the shortest MLB player in history was Eddie Gaedel who stood at only 3 feet, 7 inches.
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As of the end of the 2007 season the Philadelphia Phillies have lost 10,028 games, the most in MLB history.
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The smallest-in-history MLB player is the 43-inch stuntman Eddie Gaedel, who played for the St. Louis Browns for only 1 game in 1951. He had the smallest strike zone in MLB history- about 1 1/2 inches!