THIS DAY IN SPORTS HISTORY: 6/23
1917 – After Babe Ruth is ejected for throwing a pitch at an umpire, Red Sox pitcher Ernie Shore enters the game and retires all 26 hitters that he faced in a win over the Washington Senators. It is ruled as a combined no-hitter.
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