» May 31, 1948:
The Senators, fresh from four wins over the Red Sox, drop a pair to the host Yankees before 62,626. Spec Shea allows just two hits in coasting in the opener, 10–0. The Yanks collect 16 hits, including homers by Tommy Henrich and George McQuinn. The Yanks take the nitecap, 5-4, as Red Embree makes a rare start. Bobby Brown makes seven straight hits in the two games, making out his first and last at-bats.
» October 9, 1949:
The Yankees pound the Dodgers 10-6 to win the
WS in 5 games. Pinch hitter and 3B Bobby Brown is
the hitting hero, batting .500 and driving in 5 runs.
» October 4, 1950: Relief ace Jim Konstanty of the Phils starts and loses to Vic Raschi and the Yankees in Philadelphia 1–0 in Game one of the World Series. Bobby Brown doubles and comes around on two long flies to score the lone run.
» December 8, 1983: Dr. Bobby Brown, who played 3B for the Yankees before embarking on a successful medical career, is elected president of the AL by the club owners.
» August 3, 1987:
Twins Joe Niekro is caught with a file on the mound and is ejected during the fourth inning of Minnesota's 11-3 win over California. He will be suspended
for 10 games by AL president Bobby Brown, who doesn't buy Niekro's story that he had been filing his nails on the bench and stuck the file in his back pocket when the inning started.
» May 11, 1991: When a heckler taunts recovering alcoholic Albert Belle during Cleveland's 2-1 loss to California, the Indians' OF hits the fan in the chest with a baseball. Many in the crowd applaud Belle, who is suspended for one week by American League president Dr. Bobby Brown and ordered to contribute a week's salary to a charity of his choice.
» June 8, 1994: American League owners elect Gene Budig as league president, replacing Bobby Brown.