DAY 64 MLB Selections

Updated: Jun 11

On this day in Baseball history (JUNE 10)

1944 - Pitcher Joe Nuxhall of the Cincinnati Reds is the youngest player in major-league history. Nuxhall, only 15 years, ten months old, pitches one-third of an inning in an 18-0 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals. He manages to give up five walks and two hits before Bill McKechnie takes him out.


PLAY THE TREND OF WINNERS VS LOSERS!


4-TEAM PARLAY

BET $10 WIN $48


PHILLIES -135

BRAVES -200

YANKEES -265

GUARDIANS -165


CLEVELAND GUARDIANS 8-2 IN LAST 10-GAMES AND WINNERS OF 2-IN-A-ROW

VS OAKLAND A'S 0-10 IN LAST 10-GAMES AND LOST 9-IN-A-ROW

TAKE: GUARDIANS -165 WIN 3-2


NY YANKEES 8-2 IN LAST 10-GAMES AND WINNERS OF THEIR LAST GAME

CHICAGO CUBS 4-6 IN LAST 10-GAMES AND LOST 3-IN-A-ROW

TAKE: YANKEES -265 WIN 2-1


ATLANTA BRAVES 9-1 IN LAST 10-GAMES AND WINNERS OF 8-IN-A-ROW

VS PITTSBURGH PIRATES 5-5 IN LAST 10-GAMES AND LOST 3-IN-A-ROW

TAKE: BRAVES -200 WIN 4-2


PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES 7-3 IN LAST 10-GAMES AND WINNERS OF 7-IN-A-ROW

VS ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS 5-5 IN LAST 10-GAMES AND LOST 2-IN-A-ROW

TAKE: PHILLIES -135 WIN 7-5

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