On this Day in Sports History August 26
On this day in 1916, A’s pitcher Bullet Joe Bush threw a no-hitter against the Indians.
On this day in 1939, NBC televises the fist major league game in history. The broadcast is used on an experimental station W2XBS, covering the Reds vs Dodgers doubleheader.
On this day in 1962, Twins lefty Jack Kralick threw a no-hitter against the A’s.
On this day in 1987, Paul Molitor‘s 39 game hitting streak came to an end.
On this day in 2004, Ichiro Suzuki recorded his 200th hit of the season, becoming the first big leaguer in history to reach that mark in their first four seasons.