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Today in Baseball History – April 30

Today in Baseball History – April 30

April 30, 1946 – With rumors circling that Bob Feller had lost his fastball after spending four years in the Navy, Feller hurls his second no-hitter. Feller helped the Tribe defeat the New York Yankees 1-0. The long run came on Frankie Hayes’ home run in the ninth inning.

Feller would finish the year 26-15 with a 2.18 ERA.

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