1913 - The Giants and White Sox, fortified with other players, start their world tour in Cincinnati. After a 31-game tour to Seattle, they will head for the Philippines, Australia, China and Japan.
1932 - The BBWAA MVP awards are announced, with Jimmie Foxx winning in the AL and Chuck Klein in the NL.
1972 - The Oakland A's rallied for two ninth-inning runs for a 3-2 victory over the Cincinnati Reds to even the World Series after four games.
1976 - The Cincinnati Reds took a commanding 3-0 lead over the New York Yankees in the World Series with a 6-2 victory at Yankee Stadium. Cincinnati's designated hitter Dan Driessen had a single, double, home run and a walk to lead the attack. Jim Mason had a solo homer in the seventh inning for the only home run by the Yankees in the Series.
1980 - A ninth-inning rally for two runs against Kansas City's Dan Quisenberry gives Game Five to the Phillies by a 4-3 margin.
1981 - Los Angeles' Rick Monday hit a ninth-inning home run to give the Dodgers a 2-1 victory over the Montreal Expos and the National League pennant.
1982 - The Cards sit through two rain delays to easily win Game Six of the World Series by a 13-1 score over Milwaukee.
1985 - St. Louis ace John Tudor is a 3-1 winner in the World Series opener against in-state opponent Kansas City.
1986 - The Boston Red Sox took a 2-0 lead in the World Series with 9-3 rout of the New York Mets. The Red Sox had 18 hits, and battered Dwight Gooden for six runs in five innings.
1987 - Billy Martin is named manager of the Yankees for a fifth time, replacing Lou Piniella, who replaced Martin and is moved to general manager. Piniella led the Yankees to an 89-73 record in 1987, fourth in the AL East.
1988 - The Dodgers take advantage of Oakland errors to beat Dave Stewart 4-3 in Game Four.
1990 - Cincinnati moves within one game of a shocking World Series sweep by beating Oakland 8-3 in Game Three. Chris Sabo slugs a pair of home runs for the Reds.
1993 - Paul Molitor comes within a double of hitting for the cycle as Toronto takes a 2-1 World Series lead in Philadelphia. Roberto Alomar adds four hits to back winner Pat Hentgen in a 10-3 romp.