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Babe Young from the Chronology
Jun 18, 1947 - Ewell Blackwell of the Cincinnati Reds no-hits the second-place Boston Braves at Crosley Field 6-0. The Braves had pounded out 55 hits in their previous 4 games. The Whip walks 4 and strikes out 3. The offense is led by newcomer Babe Young who blasts two three-run homers for Cincy. Rookie Frankie Baumholtz who played in the NBA the previous winter collects 4 hits and scores twice while Grady Hatton adds 4 walks a single and 2 runs scored.
Jul 29, 1942 - Van Lingle Mungo makes his debut in a Giants uniform but gets poor support and loses to the Cubs 4-2. Mungo gives up 7 hits in 7 innings in losing to Hi Bithorn. Mungo leaves after giving up Bill Nicholson's 10th homer. Dick Bartell and Babe Young homer in the nitecap a 3-1 win for Dick Lohrman.
Apr 20, 1941 - At the Polo Grounds the Giants draw 56314 to date the biggest crowd ever to view a single game. They get their money's worth as the Dodgers shade the Giants 10-9. Mel Ott has 2 of the 5 homers hit in the game. The Dodgers score the winning run in the 9th when Dolph Camilli scores from 2B after Babe Young's throw hits Kampouris running from 1B in the head. Reiser has 4 hits for Brooklyn and Hugh Casey wins in relief.