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FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
»October 10, 1991: Steve Avery's brilliant pitching helps the Braves even the NLCS at a game apiece. Avery holds the Pirates scoreless for eight 1/3 innings, allowing just six hits. Atlanta scores the game's only run on a double by Mark Lemke in the 6th inning. In attendance are Bill Craib and Sue Easler, who visited ever major and minor-league ball park—all 178 of them—during the year. They began their tour on April 9th at Oakland and ended it October 6th at Yankee Stadium.
»October 22, 1991: 2B Mark Lemke's 2-out single in the 12th inning gives the Braves a 5-4 win in Game Three of the Series. Lemke had made a potentially crucial error in the top half of the inning. The contest is the longest night game in Series history at four hours and four minutes, and the second longest by innings. The Twins use a World Series-record 23 players in the game.
»March 26, 1998: Free agent 2B Mark Lemke signs a minor league contract with the Red Sox.