1971 In completing a suspended game that started in Cleveland six days ago, the 'visiting' Senators beat the Indians in Washington DC, 8-6. The 20-inning victory at RFK Stadium will be the team's final 'road' win before the franchise shifts to Texas next season. 1972 After scoring all their runs in the second inning, the Braves put it on cruise control, beating the Astros, 13-6. Only 2,062 fans are on hand at Atlanta Stadium to enjoy the big inning, which features the team collecting a dozen hits off five Houston hurlers. 1972 With a 6-2 complete-game victory over Montreal at Wrigley Field, Milt Pappas wins his 200th major league game. The Cubs' right-hander becomes the first hurler to reach the milestone without benefiting from a single 20-win season. 1973 The Pirates miss scoring in the top of the 13th inning when Dave Augustine's 'home run' bounces off the top of the fence into the glove of left fielder Cleon Jones, who relays the ball to Wayne Garrett in time for the third baseman to nail Richie Zisk at the plate. Mets rookie catcher Ron Hodges ends the Shea Stadium contest in the bottom of the frame, which will become known as the 'Ball on the Wall Game,' with a one-out single off Bucs' reliever Dave Giusti, plating John Milner for the 4-3 victory. 1973 After sharing the news on the Today Show, Willie Mays officially announces his retirement at a press conference held at Shea Stadium's Diamond Club. The Mets will honor the aging superstar in five days with a pre-game ceremony at the ballpark. 1973 Billy Jean King's brother, Randy, is not in attendance to watch her win the 100,000 winner-take-all tennis match against Bobby Riggs at the Astrodome. Moffit is at another ballpark, getting a key out in relief when the Giants beat the first-place Reds at Candlestick Park.