The Official Podcast of the National Baseball Hall and Museum
Episode 15 - Diamond Mines
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On August 29, 1973, Thurman Munson of the New York Yankees collects the only hit of the game against Nolan Ryan. Munson’s first inning pop fly drops between two California Angels fielders. In a questionable scoring decision, Munson’s short outfield popup is ruled a base hit. Ryan allows no hits the rest of the way and settles for a one-hit, 5-0 win.