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At Harrisburg, IN THE NEWS: Bill Pulsipher of Binghamton (Eastern League) fires a 2-0 playoff no-hitter against Harrisburg. Binghamton evens the series at a game apiece and will win the series, three to 1.
The remainder of the baseball season is canceled by acting commissioner IN THE NEWS: Bud Selig after 34 days of the players' strike. There will be no World Series for the 1st time since 1904.
The Mets are informed that P IN THE NEWS: Dwight Gooden is in violation of his aftercare program for substance abuse.
The Baltimore Orioles fire manager IN THE NEWS: Johnny Oates.