On June 19 in Baseball History...
1938 - The Reds' Johnny Vander Meer extends his string of hitless innings to 21 2/3 before Debs Garms singles for Boston in the fourth.
1961 - Charlie Finley makes his first managerial change, booting Joe Gordon (26-33) in favor of Hank Bauer.
1974 - George Scott, who walks to lead off the second inning, is the Brewers' only base runner as the Royals Steve Busby hurls a 2-0 no-hitter. Busby is the first major-league pitcher to throw no-hitters in his first two seasons.
1977 - The Indians fire manager Frank Robinson and replace him with Jeff Torborg.
1979 - In New York, 36,211 fans show up to witness the return of Billy Martin as Yankees manager, but the Yanks lose to the Blue Jays 5-4. Martin had been named to replace Bob Lemon (34-31) the previous day, and begins his second stint as New York's skipper a season earlier than previously announced.
1989 - Mets pitcher Dwight Gooden wins his 100th career game, 5-3 over the Expos. His 100-37 career record is second only to ****** Ford's 100-36 start.
1990 - Gary Carter catches his 1,862nd career game to break Al Lopez's N.L. mark. He goes 0-for-3 in the Giants' 4-3 loss to San Diego.
1994 - The Tigers homer in their 25th consecutive game when Mickey Tettleton goes deep against the Blue Jays.
Only if he stayed healthy and drug free.