OTDIB – May 27th – Ken Brett again
On this date in baseball, May 27th
May 27th, 1974 – Ken Brett again. For a guy who was overshadowed by his HOF brother, Ken sure shows up here alot.
In a game that takes only one-hour and thirty eight minutes to complete, Pirates starter Ken Brett blanks the Padres 6-0, allowing just two hits in the Three Rivers Stadium contest. In the second game of a twin bill, the Bucs’ southpaw pinch-hits a seventh-inning two-run triple which contributes to the Pirates’ 8-7 victory over the Friars.
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