First MLB Matchup Between a Maritime Born Pitcher & Hitter

On July 20, 1897 local baseball history was made when for the first time ever, a Maritime born pitcher faced a Maritime born hitter. On this day, the Washington Senators beat the Louisville Colonels 6-4 in a National League game played at Eclipse Park in Louisville, Kentucky. The home team’s pitcher was Bill Magee (born in Saint John). The visiting second basemen was John O’Brien (also born in Saint John).

The pitcher would rule the day as he got O’Brien out in all four at bats. But O’Brien’s team won 6-4. His first at bat versus Magee would have came in either the second or third inning of the game. He was a little more productive in the field, where he recorded three outs, but no assists with one error. Heading into the game, the Nationals had a 26-42 record and were in 11th place in the 12 team National League (22.5 games back of first). The Colonels were better as they were 31-40, good for 9th place in the league (19 games back). But it would be the Senators who would finish with the better record at 61-71 (32 games back of first place Boston) and in 6th place. The Colonels would finish their season in 11th place with a 52-78 record (40 games back).

As for the season, the rookie righthanded would finish with a 4-12 record with 5.41 ERA & 44 strikeouts in 156.1 innings pitched. O’Brien would finish his season with an average of .244 with 3 home runs and 45 RBI in 320 at bats (353 plate appearances over 86 games).

Box Score courtesy of the Baltimore American, July 21, 1897
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Coward’s a Cardinal with Things to Prove

Here is an article from the June 15, 1978 Calgary Herald (courtesy Google News Archive). Curtis Coward played his one season of professional ball this season with the Calgary Cardinals of the rookie level Pioneer League. He was the first Black Nova Scotian to play professional baseball. Coward pitched well that season, going 7-3, 3.19 ERA with 68 strikeouts in 93 innings in 13 games (all starts). His first game was on June 28, which was a win over the Medicine Hat Blue Jays. During the previous season, Coward played for the Intercounty League’s Toronto Maple Leafs where he roomed with pitcher Jesse Orosco. He signed with the Cardinals after attending an open tryout following that 1977 season.

Coward would suffer a shoulder injury and nor pitch professionally again. He was supposed to play AA ball for Arkansas in 1979. He was eventually traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates but did not play in their system (he had worked out for their AAA team).

Coward would return to Nova Scotia in 1979, hoping to play in the Nova Scotia Senior League. He would coach the Halifax Pelham Electric for one season before turning his focus to fastpitch. Coward would pitch the next ten summers for the Beechville Rockets. He would write a book on baseball, the Kid’s Baseball Book which is an instructional book for children. He would later coach basketball, in fact his daughter Rachelle would play at the NCAA level before transferring to Saint Mary’s.

In 2017, Coward was inducted into the Maritime Sports Hall of Fame.

Box score from Coward’s second game , July 2 at Great Falls.
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Rheal Cormier vs. Matt Stairs: Their Major League Matchups

Cormier faced Matt Stairs nine times in their careers.

Moncton’s Rheal Cormier passed away yesterday after a battle with cancer. In the past 24 hours there have been many tributes to the pitcher from across the baseball world. Cormier was in the Big Leagues for 16 seasons, including a time in the late 1990’s when he was one of three players from New Brunswick in MLB (Matt Stairs & Jason Dickson being the others). He never pitched in the same game as Dickson, but did face Matt Stairs a number of times in their careers.

He would face Stairs nine times during their Major League careers. The first seven occasions happened when Cormier was with the Boston Red Sox and Stairs played for the Oakland A’s. Their next matchup was in 2003, when Stairs was with the Pittsburgh Pirates and Cormier with the Philadelphia Phillies. The final matchup was an interleague game when Cormier was still a Phillie, while Stairs was a Kansas City Royal. They were teammates with the 1995 Red Sox team that won the American League East.

Here is each batter vs. pitcher matchup between Rheal Cormier and Matt Stairs. Information is courtesy of Retrosheet.

  1. 1999-04-30: Stairs struck out in the bottom of the seventh (Boston 9 @ Oakland 13)
  2. 1999-05-03: Stairs popped out to third in the bottom of the fifth.
  3. 1999-05-03: Stairs walked in the bottom of the eight (Boston 11 @ Oakland 12)
  4. 1999-08-18: Stairs filed out to centre in the top of the eighth (Oakland 4 @ Boston 7)
  5. 1999-08-19: Stairs singled to right in the top of the eighth (Oakland 6 @ Boston 2)
  6. 1999-09-07: Stairs grounded out to first in the bottom of the eighth (Boston 5 @ Oakland 3)
  7. 2000-09-06: Stairs grounded out second to first in the top of the fifth (Oakland 6 @ Boston 4)
  8. 2003-04-03: Stairs struck out in the top of the ninth (Pittsburgh 2 @ Philadelphia 0)
  9. 2004-06-20: Stairs filed out to left in the top of the ninth (Kansas City 2 @ Philadelphia 8)

Stairs would go 1-8, with a base on balls & two strikeouts vs. Cormier. He would slash .125/.222/.125 in these nine plate appearances. To date, that matchup in June of 2004 is the last time two Atlantic Canadians have played one another in a MLB game.

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Billy Harris Helps Clinch 1958 International League Championship With the Montreal Royals

New Brunswick’s Billy Harris started the fifth & clinching game for the Montreal Royals in the 1958 Governor’s Cup (International League) series. The Royals were the top farm club of the Los Angeles Dodgers (franchise’s first season in California after relocating from Brooklyn). Their opponents were the Toronto Maple Leafs, who were the only independent team in the IL that season. The Royals won the series four games to one, with the final game being played on September 24 at Maple Leaf Stadium in Toronto. The Royals finished the regular season in first place with a 90-63-2 record, the Maple Leafs were second at 87-65-1. The Royals won the semifinal series against the Columbus Jets (Pirates) 4-3, the the Maple Leafs won their semifinal 4-1 against the Rochester Red Wings (Cardinals).

Harris was a native of Duguayville, born on December 30, 1930. He started his professional career in 1951, with the Class D Valdosta Dodgers of the Georgia-Florida League. He rose through the Dodgers system, making his AAA debut with the Royals in 1954. He would be in AAA full-time starting two years later. Harris would pitch parts of seven seasons with the Royals during his career. He made two brief stops with the Major League Dodgers in 1957 (final season in Brooklyn) and 1959 (when they won the World Series in Los Angeles).

Harris would give up four runs (all earned) in three plus innings in game five. He had won ten straight games heading into this clinching game. The Royals would hold on and win the game 11-10 for their seventh (and last) Governor’s Cup championship, their first in five years. The Royals would go on to lose the Junior World Series 4-0 against the Minneapolis Millers (the American Association farm club of the Boston Red Sox). Harris would pitch game three of that series in Montreal.

The franchise would only last in Montreal another two seasons before relocating to Syracuse becoming the Chiefs, where they still are 60 years later. The city would gain Major League Baseball in 1969 when the Expos played their first season in the National League.

Box score of the clinching game (courtesy Montreal Gazette via Google News archive).

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Yarmouth’s Scott Jeffrey, Former Blue Jays Prospect

Scott Jeffrey spent three seasons in the Blue Jays minor league system.
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Prior to 1991, amateur baseball players playing in Canada were not subject
to the draft. These players were free agents, just like any player not from
Canada or the United States is today. A teenaged Scott Jeffrey of Yarmouth,
Nova Scotia became one of the top amateur pitchers in the country in 1990 when
he threw a no-hitter for the first six innings of a game against Ontario at
national tournament. That year he was also the final cut of the national junior
team. He would be invited to Toronto to throw a bullpen session with the Jays
and practice with the team prior to a game. The next day (August 10), he was
offered a contract which he accepted in an instant. That same fall, the team
signed future Major Leaguers Rob and Rich Butler.

Jeffrey would spend the 1991 and 1992 baseball seasons playing for the
team’s Gulf Coast League in Dunedin, Florida. The lefthander would put up
decent numbers in that league. He would go 4-5 with a 4.02 ERA and 31
strikeouts in 53.2 innings his rookie year. Jeffrey would follow that up with a
2-1 record with 5.06 ERA and 31 strikeouts in 32 innings in 1992. That season
he actually got one base hit (in one at bat), scoring a run in the process. In
1993 as a 19 year-old he would play for the Medicine Hat Blue Jays of the
Pioneer League. He would go 1-4, with a 4.18 ERA with 21 strikeouts in 28
innings. Jeffrey would go one for one at the plate again this season. This
season he tried to keep the ball lower in the strike zone as the coaches’ the
previous year said he kept the ball too high. As a middle reliever, Jeffrey got
pitch two or three innings every three or so games in Medicine Hat. The 1993
season was the team’s first winning season in ten years and Jeffrey would help
them set a team record for fewest runs allowed.

After leaving the Jays organization he would play a couple of seasons with
the Yarmouth Gateways then of the Nova Scotia Senior League. He was the NSSBL
MVP for both seasons. He would stop playing baseball after that, finding all
the travel difficult when he was working full time and starting a family.

Information is taken from various articles from the Daily News and Yarmouth
Vanguard as well as Baseball Reference.

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Minor League Contraction

The minors are in progress of contracting to four affiliates per MLB team, not counting the complex & Dominican Summer leagues. This means 40 current MiLB teams will be eliminated from affiliated baseball. Some current independent teams (St. Paul, Sugarland & Somerset) will become affiliated.

This will have an impact on baseball as a whole either it be MLB, MiLB, independent leagues and college, including summer leagues. Some of these include:

  • Less cities will have affiliated baseball. Any city losing out needs to get a replacement team either it be independent league (some of which are now “partner leagues” of MLB).
  • With less minor league teams, 40 plus at least three more (the teams losing out from the indy teams that are moving to MiLB) there will be a shorter draft. With less players drafted, we will likely see more players choosing to go the college route. This will help the quality of play in college. In turn, this will help the college summer leagues with the added talent to the college game.
  • Not everybody is going to go the college route. This means independent leagues will see an increase in talent. Especially in the early years as many former Minor Leaguers will be out of work.
  • The Appalachian League and New York – Penn Leagues will become college summer leagues. This will create more competition in the recruitment process of players in these leagues. There are currently over 60 such leagues. The Pioneer League will cease to exist.
  • Some of these teams will stay in their leagues and become amateur. Some of the bigger cities will get teams in other minor leagues. For example the NYPL’s Brooklyn Cyclones are going to the AA Eastern League. Some of the cut teams may choose to become independent, staying professional, rather than become college teams.
  • The advantage of becoming professional (independent) is, with some exceptions, more money is to be made. Independent teams play more games (about 100, compared to 48-72 you see in summer leagues). Some of these independent (partner) leagues may become exclusively for younger players. This would basically be a major junior league for baseball with the players being college age.
  • With all these markets opening up, we will likely see cities and teams jumping leagues through the minors, independent leagues and college summer leagues. New leagues will form from the rubble, including cities are are currently without baseball. Maybe we’ll see a Canadian League coming out of all of this.
  • The Frontier League now stretches from Quebec City to St. Louis. Can a minor league support such a geographic footprint? One reason MLB is cutting back on the minors is to give their leagues a smaller geographic football to reduce travel. I can see the midwest teams being in one league and the eastern teams in another league. The Canadian teams (Quebec, Trois-Rivieres & Ottawa) could end up forming their own league. COVID-19 may also play a role in this as the closed border has shown difficulties with having a bi-national league.

These changes to MiBL will take place next season but the trickle down effect with take several years to finalize itself. Some of these cities will take this as a wake up call and use this contraction to invest in their facilities in an effort to rejoin the affiliated minors through relocation or expansion (with MLB expands to 32 in the coming decade). Other cities will find their way in either independent leagues, summer college leagues or maybe local fans would simply follow the local college team. Unfortunately some cities will be left without high level baseball in any form.

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1948 Kentville Wildcats

Composite team photo (courtesy Sportscards.com).

This season was the Wildcats first in the Halifax & District League, as they previously played in the Central Baseball League. The Wildcats would stay in the H&D League until the league folded after the 1959 season. The team had a loose affiliation with the Brooklyn Dodgers.

Here is the team roster, with a short blurb on each player (except for the two I couldn’t find info for).

  1. Wilf Anderson, OF: Nova Scotia native, attended Acadia University.
  2. Jim Arbucho, pitcher: Played minor league ball for the Giants from 1949-51, topping at Class B Trenton in 1950. Also played at Fordham University.
  3. Soc Bobotas, 2B: Native of Manchester,NH & played for UNH.
  4. Hal Burby, OF: Native of Keene, NH & passed away in 2007.
  5. Joe Cormier, 1B: Cape Breton native.
  6. Dick Gernert, 1B: Played 11 seasons in the MLB (mostly with Red Sox). He last played in 1964 with the AA Eastern League Reading Red Sox.
  7. Jerry Gerrard, pitcher:
  8. Eddie Gillis, OF: New Waterford native that played in the Colliery League (1937 New Waterford Dodgers). He was also a talented hockey and rugby player. Was also an area scout for the Cardinals. Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame.
  9. Jack Kaiser, OF: St. John’s Redmen legend, stadium named after him. He also managed in the minor leagues (Lexington Red Sox, Class D Nebraska League in 1957 & 1958).
  10. Don MacKenzie, 3B:
  11. Tom McMullen, pitcher: Brooklyn Dodger recommended him for the Wildcats. He went on to play in the Dodgers farm system, playing as high as Class B (Asheville Tourists, Tri-State League).
  12. Dom Novak, pitcher: Member of St. John’s University Redmen.
  13. Paul O’Neil, catcher: Former minor leaguer, most recently with the New England League’s Nashua Dodgers in 1947 (Class B).
  14. Art Raynor, pitcher: Bucknell University Athletic Hall of Famer.He would play in the Dodgers’ system in 1953 & 1954 (Miami Sun Sox, Fayetteville Highlanders & Asheville Tourists, all Class B).
  15. Gordon Troke, OF: Nova Scotia native.
  16. Johnny Watterson, SS: Later managed the Albions, native of Keene, NH.
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Steve Nelson Drafted By Dodgers (2001)

Most of the information come from contemporary news sources (Daily News & Chronicle Herald).

On June 5, Steve Nelson of Cole Harbour made Nova Scotia history when he was drafted in the fifth round by the Los Angeles Dodgers. This was the highest a Nova Scotian was ever drafted at the time. Nelson was happy to be taken that hight (160th overall) as he was hoping to be selected somewhere in the 10th to 15th round. He had a 91 mile per hour fastball and was considered a good hitter for a pitcher as he played shortstop when not pitching until the previous summer. Besides the Dodgers, the Blue Jays, Expos, Mariners, Twins and Red Sox (who gave him a private workout at Fenway days before the draft) all were interested in drafting Nelson. Fellow Cole Harbour resident, Dave Detienne was drafted by the Dodgers in 1997 in the 25th round and played that season with the affiliate in Wilmington (South Atlantic League).

Nelson was to graduate from Cole Harbour High a few weeks after the draft and planned on traveling to the Dodger’s spring training site in Vero Beach, FL to join the team’s affiliate in the the Gulf Coast League. He also had offers to play ball at the University of Maine and Indian River Junior College (Florida). On June 15, he signed a minor league contract with the team, including a signing bonus that was estimated to be north of $100,000. The deal also included a scholarship plan and an incentive package.

He would make his professional debut in July. In that game, Nelson would pitch one inning of relief for the Gulf Coast League Dodgers against the Braves Club. He gave up two runs on two hits and a walk. The pitching coach told him to throw all fastballs as it was his first pitching appearance of any kind in three weeks. He would finish the season with a 1-2 record, 2.17 ERA, 29 IP in 10 games (6 starts).

Nelson was a multi-sport athlete. He was taken by the Mooseheads in the 7th round (104th overall) in the 1999 QMJHL draft. He had played major midget with the Dartmouth Subways.

Quotes:

  • “I guess it is kind of a dream come true. I never really thought about it until the last year or so. Then when it came closer to reality, it was on my mind quite a bit.” – Nelson on being drafted by the Dodgers.
  • “I didn’t really care where I went, I was just hoping to be picked.”
  • “I think the way things work is that they send something out in the mail and once I sign the paper, then the negotiations begin”

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2020 Atlantic Canadians Playing College Baseball

Here is my annual list of Atlantic Canadians who are playing college baseball in the United States.  As usual, I include all levels of college baseball with all information courtesy of the Canadian Baseball Network. I include all players at all levels (NCAA, NJCAA, NAIA, etc.) in the American college baseball system.

I am not sure how many guys actually got any game action as college baseball was suspended in mid-March due to the pandemic. Will be interesting to see what happens next year due to the shortened season in 2020.

I list the player’s name, position, hometown, class and school.

  1. Max Benton, P of Clyde River PE, was a freshman at Douglas College (BC)
  2. Cameron Brewer, P of Paradise, NL, was a freshman at Northeast Community College (NE)
  3. Declan Buckle, IF of Corner Brook, NL, was a junior at Minot State University (ND)
  4. Haden Dow, P of Saint John, NB, was a freshman at Cloud County Community College (IA)
  5. Ethan Francis, P of Miscouche, PE, was a freshman at Colby Community College (KS)
  6. Blake Gallagher, P & IF of Fredericton, NB, was a junior at Minot State University (ND)
  7. Jack Gallant, P of Hammond Plains, NS, was a senior at Fitchburg State University (MA)
  8. Shaun Hickey, P of Summerville, NB, was a junior at Abilene Christian University
  9. Nathan Jones, P & SS of St. Peter’s Bay, PE, was a freshman at Williston State College (ND)
  10. Jordan Macdonald, 1B of Fredericton, NB, was a freshman at American International College (MA)
  11. Micah McDowell, OF of Coldbrook, NS, was a freshman at Oregon State University
  12. Ryan Morgan, P of St. Johns, NL, was a sophomore at Colby Community College (KS)
  13. Josh Myers, P & 1B of Miscouche, PE, was a sophomore at SUNY Adirondack
  14. Ryan Nason, P of Saint John, NB, was a junior at Lake Erie College (OH)
  15. Zach Newman, P of Miramichi, NB, was a junior at Minot State University (ND)
  16. Garrett Nicholson, P Sydney Mines, NS, was a sophomore at Minot State University (ND)
  17. Evan O’Toole, P & OF of Bridgewater, NS, was a freshman at Iowa Western Community College (IA)
  18. Craig Oliver, IF of Fredericton, NB, was a freshman at Allan Hancock College (CA)
  19. Zack Reid, IF of Mount Pearl, NL, was a senior at West Virginia University
  20. Ryan Scott, P of Quispamsis NB, was a freshman at Sacramento State University
  21. Logan Sheasgreen, 1B of Miramichi, NB, was a freshman at Hartnell College (CA)
  22. Cole Tucker, IF of Mount Pearl, NL, was a sophomore Niagara University
  23. Jack Volpe, OF of Bedford NS, was a senior at Elmira College (NY)
  24. Jamie Whynot, P & OF of Bridgewater, NS, was a senior at Fisher College (MA)
  25. Zachery Zinck, P of Bridgewater, NS, was a junior at Ava Marie University (FL)

Coaches From the Region Are:

  1. Ryan Snair, Margaret’s Bay, N.S., head coach, Sullivan County Community College (NY)

The breakdown for 2020 is 9 players from New Brunswick, 7 players from Nova Scotia, 5 players from Newfoundland & Labrador and 4 players from Prince Edward Island.

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1995 Replacement Player Spring Training Game Results

My Hali Hockey blog has results from every NHL preseason since 1966. With the nature of MLB’s spring training it would be tetous to do the same for baseball. I am however doing results for the entire replacement player spring of 1995 due to its unique nature. MLB players went on strike on August 12, 1994 which lead to the cancelation of the expanded postseason.

In the new year, the strike was still unresolved and the owner’s decided to replace the players for the 1995 season. This lead to the clubs assembling replacement teams which featured everything from ex-Major Leaguers, minor leaguers, former minor leaguers, former college players with no professional experience to guys who went years without playing some form of organized baseball. The Orioles choose not to play ball this spring as the owner, Peter Angelos, was a former labour lawyer and also wanted to preserve Cal Ripken’s consecutive games streak. He would break the long standing record held by Lou Gehrig in September of that year. Its worth noting that the umpires were locked out on January 1, 1995 – meaning these games were both played and umpired by strikebreakers (or scabs, if you prefer)

Here is a list of all 400 scheduled games that spring. I am missing the results for a handful of games but this is still the most complete record of games played that spring anywhere on the internet (to my knowledge). I included the date, game result and when available the site.

  1. March 1 – California 13, Arizona State 5
  2. March 2 – Cleveland 3, Cincinnati 2
  3. March 2 – Minnesota 6, Pittsburgh 4
  4. March 2 – Atlanta 5, Georgia Tech 1
  5. March 2 – Los Angeles 11, New York AL 3
  6. March 2 – Kansas City 3, Stetson 1
  7. March 3 – Boston (ss) 7 vs. Minnesota (ss) 13 @ Fort Myers, FL
  8. March 3 – Kansas City 3 vs. Chicago AL 4 @ Sarasota, FL (10)
  9. March 3 – Cincinnati 6 vs. Cleveland 8 @ Winter Haven, FL
  10. March 3 – Atlanta 8 vs. New York AL 2 @ Fort Lauderdale, FL
  11. March 3 – Houston 2 vs. Florida 3 @ Viera, FL (10)
  12. March 3 – Detroit 3 vs. Los Angeles 5 @ Vero Beach, FL
  13. March 3 – Toronto 2 vs. Pittsburgh 3 @ Bradenton, FL
  14. March 3 – Minnesota (ss) 7 vs. Texas 6 @ Port Charlotte, FL
  15. March 3 – San Diego 3 vs. California 3 @ Tempe, AZ (12 – tie)
  16. March 3 – San Francisco 5 vs. Oakland 6 @ Phoenix, AZ
  17. March 3 – Chicago NL 10 vs. Seattle 1 @ Peoria, AZ
  18. March 3 – Milwaukee 2 vs. Colorado 24 @ Tucson, AZ
  19. March 3 – Boston College 0 vs. Boston (ss) 19 @ Fort Myers, FL
  20. March 4 – Toronto 7, Pittsburgh 5
  21. March 4 – Montreal 8, Atlanta 0
  22. March 4 – Cleveland (ss) 8, Detroit 5
  23. March 4 – Houston 5, Florida 3
  24. March 4 – Philadelphia 6, Cincinnati 2
  25. March 4 – St. Louis 4, Cleveland (ss) 2
  26. March 4 – Los Angeles 5, Kansas City 2
  27. March 4 – Texas 8, Boston 1
  28. March 4 – Chicago AL 8, Minnesota 5
  29. March 4 – New York AL 2, New York NL 1
  30. March 4 – Colorado 7, San Francisco 4
  31. March 4 – Chicago NL 5, California 4
  32. March 4 – Seattle 7, San Diego 1
  33. March 4 – Oakland 5, Milwaukee 4
  34. March 5 – Toronto 5 vs. Cincinnati 3 @ Plant City, FL
  35. March 5 – Atlanta 4 vs. Montreal 5 @ West Palm Beach, FL
  36. March 5 – Detroit 6 vs. Cleveland 3 @ Winter Haven, FL
  37. March 5 – Boston 4 vs. Minnesota 5 @ Fort Myers, FL
  38. March 5 – New York NL 3 vs. New York AL 6 @ Fort Lauderdale, FL
  39. March 5 – Philadelphia 5 vs. Pittsburgh 7 @ Bradenton, FL
  40. March 5 – Kansas City 4 vs. Florida 8 @ Viera, FL
  41. March 5 – Chicago AL 2 vs. Texas 0 @ Port Charlotte, FL
  42. March 5 – Houston 1 vs. Los Angeles 12 @ Vero Beach, FL
  43. March 5 – Oakland 1 vs. California 3 @ Tempe, AZ
  44. March 5 – Seattle 7 vs. San Diego 3 @ Peoria, FL (10)
  45. March 5 – San Francisco 1 vs. Colorado 3 @ Tucson, AZ
  46. March 5 – Milwaukee 9 vs. Chicago NL 7 @ Mesa, AZ
  47. March 6 – New York NL 0 vs. Atlanta 5 @ West Palm Beach, FL
  48. March 6 – Florida 1 vs. Los Angeles 9 @ Vero Beach, FL
  49. March 6 – Toronto 2 vs. Philadelphia 3 @ Clearwater, FL
  50. March 6 – Chicago AL 6 vs. Pittsburgh 2 @ Bradenton, FL
  51. March 6 – St. Louis 4 vs. Cleveland 3 @ Winter Haven, FL
  52. March 6 – Montreal 6 vs. New York AL 10 @ Fort Lauderdale, FL
  53. March 6 – Minnesota (ss) 6 vs. Boston 5 @ Fort Myers, FL
  54. March 6 – Kansas City 4 vs. Detroit 8 @ Lakeland, FL
  55. March 6 – Texas 12 vs. Minnesota (ss) 5 @ Fort Myers, FL
  56. March 6 – Chicago NL vs. Colorado @ Tucson, AZ (canceled)
  57. March 6 – San Francisco 10 vs. San Diego 7 @ Peoria, AZ
  58. March 6 – Seattle 7 vs. Milwaukee 11 @ Chandler, AZ
  59. March 6 – California vs. Oakland @ Phoenix, AZ (canceled)
  60. March 6 – Houston 9 vs. Cincinnati 7 @ Plant City, FL (11)
  61. March 7 – Cincinnati 4, Toronto 3
  62. March 7 – Montreal (ss) 4, Florida 3
  63. March 7 – Boston 1, New York AL (ss) 0
  64. March 7 – Cleveland 6, Kansas City 4
  65. March 7 -Chicago AL vs. Minnesota (canceled – lack of players)
  66. March 7 – Detroit 13, Philadelphia 2
  67. March 7 – Atlanta 7, Los Angeles 3
  68. March 7 – Texas 10, Pittsburgh 7
  69. March 7 – Minnesota (ss) 7, St. Louis 2
  70. March 7 – Houston 7, New York NL 4
  71. March 7 – Milwaukee 10, California 4
  72. March 7 – Oakland 12, San Diego 9
  73. March 7 – Colorado 13, Seattle 0
  74. March 7 – Chicago NL 3, San Francisco 0 (10)
  75. March 7 – Montreal vs. New York AL (canceled – lack of players)
  76. March 8 – Los Angeles vs. Florida @ Viera, FL (rainout)
  77. March 8 – New York NL vs. Montreal @ West Palm Beach, FL (rainout)
  78. March 8 – Kansas City vs. Cincinnati @ Plant City, FL (rainout)
  79. March 8 – Cleveland 4 vs. Houston 8 @ Kissimmee, FL
  80. March 8 – St. Louis 5 vs. Boston 6 @ Fort Myers, FL
  81. March 8 – Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota @ Fort Myers, FL (rainout)
  82. March 8 – Atlanta 7 vs. New York AL 12 @ Fort Lauderdale, FL
  83. March 8 – Chicago AL 6 vs. Detroit 7 @ Lakeland, FL (10)
  84. March 8 – Texas vs. Toronto @ Dunedin, FL (rainout)
  85. March 8 – Colorado 2 vs. San Diego 4 @ Peoria, AZ
  86. March 8 – Seattle 3 vs. Chicago NL 4 @ Mesa, AZ
  87. March 8 – San Francisco 0 vs. California 4 @ Tempe, AZ
  88. March 8 – Oakland 10 vs. Milwaukee 6 @ Chandler, AZ
  89. March 9 – Detroit 3 vs. Texas 4 @ Port Charlotte, FL
  90. March 9 – Florida 4 vs. New York AL 2 @ Fort Lauderdale, FL
  91. March 9 – Houston 3 vs. Atlanta 4 @ West Palm Beach, FL (10)
  92. March 9 – Montreal 2 vs. Los Angeles 8 @ Vero Beach, FL
  93. March 9 – Cleveland 10 vs. Cincinnati 12 @ Plant City, FL
  94. March 9 – Kansas City 7 vs. New York NL 1 @ Port St. Lucie, FL
  95. March 9 – Boston (ss) 2 vs. Philadelphia 1 @ Clearwater, FL
  96. March 9 – Toronto 3 vs. St. Louis 4 @ St. Petersburg, FL
  97. March 9 – Minnesota 3, Boston (ss) 1 @ Fort Myers, FL
  98. March 9 – Milwaukee 5 vs. Seattle 1 @ Peoria, AZ
  99. March 9 – California 2 vs. Colorado 4 @ Tucson, AZ
  100. March 9 – San Diego 3 vs. San Francisco 9 @ Scottsdale, AZ
  101. March 9 – Oakland 4 vs. Chicago NL 10 @ Mesa, AZ
  102. March 9 – Pittsburgh 5 vs. Chicago AL 3 @ Sarasota, FL
  103. March 10 – Philadelphia 8, Toronto 5
  104. March 10 – Florida 5, Montreal 2
  105. March 10 – Cincinnati 4, Pittsburgh 0
  106. March 10 – Atlanta 5, Chicago AL 4
  107. March 10 – New York AL 3, New York NL 2
  108. March 10 – Texas 9, St. Louis 8
  109. March 10 – Los Angeles 3, Cleveland 0
  110. March 10 – Minnesota 7, Boston 1
  111. March 10 – San Diego 10, Chicago NL 3
  112. March 10 – California 5, San Francisco 4
  113. March 10 – Oakland 5, Seattle 5
  114. March 10 – Detroit (ss) 2, Houston 0
  115. March 10 – Colorado 8, Milwaukee 6
  116. March 11 – Philadelphia 2, Toronto 0
  117. March 11 – Montreal 5, Kansas City 4
  118. March 11 – Detroit 5, Cincinnati 3
  119. March 11 – Florida 10, Atlanta 4
  120. March 11 – Houston 8, Los Angeles 0
  121. March 11 – Pittsburgh 10, St. Louis 3
  122. March 11 – Texas 3, Minnesota 2 (11 ininings)
  123. March 11 – Cleveland 10, New York NL 3
  124. March 11 – Chicago NL 6, Milwaukee 3
  125. March 11 – Oakland 5, Colorado 2
  126. March 11 – Chicago AL 7, New York AL 2
  127. March 11 – California vs. San Diego (rainout)
  128. March 11 – Seattle vs. San Francisco (rainout)
  129. March 12 – Chicago AL (ss) 9, Montreal 4
  130. March 12 – Houston 3, Toronto 1
  131. March 12 – Cincinnati 9, New York NL 2
  132. March 12 – Los Angeles 10, Atlanta 6
  133. March 12 – Philadelphia 4, Florida 3
  134. March 12 – St. Louis (ss) 3, Pittsburgh 2
  135. March 12 – Boston 10, Texas 1
  136. March 12 – Cleveland 10, St. Louis (ss) 4
  137. March 12 – Kansas City 9, Detroit 1
  138. March 12 – New York AL 6, Minnesota (ss) 4
  139. March 12 – California 3, Colorado 1
  140. March 12 – San Diego 4, Milwaukee 1
  141. March 12 – San Francisco 8, Oakland 3
  142. March 12 – Chicago NL 6, Seattle 5
  143. March 12 – Minnesota (ss) vs. Chicago AL (ss) (cancelled)
  144. March 13 – Montreal 7, Los Angeles 3
  145. March 13 – Chicago NL 2, New York AL 0
  146. March 13 – Houston 6, Kansas City 4
  147. March 13 – Minnesota 1, St. Louis 0
  148. March 13 – Atlanta 5, New York NL 1
  149. March 13 – Cincinnati 8, Philadelphia 7
  150. March 13 – Pittsburgh 3, Florida 2 (11 innings)
  151. March 13 – Texas 9, Boston 3
  152. March 13 – Milwaukee 6, California 4
  153. March 13 – Oakland 6, Colorado 3
  154. March 13 – Chicago NL 4, San Francisco 3
  155. March 13 – Seattle 2, San Diego 1 (10 innings)
  156. March 13 – Cleveland 4, Detroit 1
  157. March 14 – Atlanta 2 vs. Houston 3 @ Kissimmee, FL
  158. March 14 – Los Angeles 8 vs. Montreal 2 @ West Palm Beach, FL
  159. March 14 – New York AL 5 vs. St. Louis 10 @ St. Petersburg, FL
  160. March 14 – New York NL 1 vs. Kansas City 0 @ Haines City, FL
  161. March 14 – Florida 5 vs. Toronto 6 @ Dunedin, FL
  162. March 14 – Chicago AL 3 vs. Boston (ss) 5 @ Fort Myers, FL
  163. March 14 – Boston (ss) 3 vs. Minnesota 7 @ Fort Myers, FL
  164. March 14 – Colorado 5 vs. Chicago NL 0 @ Mesa, AZ
  165. March 14 – Oakland 1 vs. San Diego 3 @ Peoria, AZ
  166. March 14 – Milwaukee 7 vs. San Francisco 5 @ Scottsdale, AZ
  167. March 14 – Seattle 6 vs. California 5 @ Tempe, AZ
  168. March 14 – Cleveland 17 vs. Detroit 0 @ Lakeland, FL
  169. March 14 – Cincinnati 3 vs. Philadelphia 4 @ Clearwater, FL
  170. March 14 – Pittsburgh 5 vs. Texas 2 @ Port Charlotte, FL
  171. March 15 – Atlanta 3 vs. Cleveland 6 @ Winter Haven, FL
  172. March 15 – St. Louis 1 vs. Pittsburgh 4 @ Bradenton, FL
  173. March 15 – Minnesota 6 vs. Montreal 1 @ West Palm Beach, FL
  174. March 15 – New York AL 3 vs. Philadelphia 7 @ Clearwater, FL
  175. March 15 – Chicago AL 2 vs. Texas 13 @ Port Charlotte, FL
  176. March 15 – Milwaukee 10 vs. Seattle 6 @ Peoria, AZ
  177. March 15 – San Diego 1 vs. Colorado 5 @ Tucson, AZ
  178. March 15 – California 7 vs. Chicago NL 2 @ Mesa, AZ
  179. March 15 – Toronto 10 vs. Boston 6 @ Fort Myers, FL
  180. March 15 – Detroit 0 vs. Cincinnati 5 @ Plant City, FL
  181. March 15 – Houston 4 vs. Florida 3 @ Viera, FL
  182. March 15 – Los Angeles 1 vs. New York NL 4 @ Port St. Lucie, FL
  183. March 16 – Los Angeles 1 vs. Florida 0 @ Viera, FL
  184. March 16 – Minnesota 0 vs. Atlanta (ss) 2 @ West Palm Beach, FL
  185. March 16 – Philadelphia 5 vs. Boston 3 @ Fort Myers, FL
  186. March 16 – St. Louis 7 vs. Chicago AL 3 @ Sarasota, FL
  187. March 16 – Pittsburgh 11 vs. Detroit 3 @ Lakeland, FL
  188. March 16 – Atlanta (ss) 5 vs. New York NL 3 @ Fort Lauderdale, FL (11 innings)
  189. March 16 – Cleveland 6 vs. Kansas City 4 @ Haines City, FL
  190. March 16 – Montreal 2 vs. New York NL 6 @ Port St. Lucie, FL
  191. March 16 – Toronto 2 vs. Texas 5 @ Port Charlotte, FL
  192. March 16 – San Diego 2 vs. Chicago NL 7 @ Mesa, AZ
  193. March 16 – San Francisco 17 vs. Colorado 11 @ Tucson, AZ
  194. March 16 – Oakland 6 vs. Seattle 3 @ Peoria, AZ
  195. March 16 – Cincinnati 8 vs. Houston 7 @ Kissimmee, FL
  196. March 17 – Minnesota (ss) 3 vs. Boston 2 @ Fort Myers, FL
  197. March 17 – Chicago AL (ss) 4 vs. Kansas City (ss) 1 @ Haines City, FL
  198. March 17 – Houston 1 vs. Cleveland 4 @ Winter City, FL
  199. March 17 – New York NL vs. Florida @ Viera, FL (canceled, rain)
  200. March 17 – Atlanta 8 vs. Montreal 4 @ West Palm Beach, FL
  201. March 17 – Pittsburgh 7 vs. Philadelphia 4 @ Clearwater, FL
  202. March 17 – Kansas City (ss) 2 vs. Los Angeles 6 @ Vero Beach, FL
  203. March 17 – Toronto 2 vs. St. Louis 7 @ St. Petersburg, FL
  204. March 17 – California 8 vs. Milwaukee 10 @ Chandler, AZ
  205. March 17 – Chicago NL 9 vs. Oakland 8 @ Phoenix, AZ
  206. March 17 – Texas 11 vs. Chicago AL (ss) 4 @ Sarasota, FL
  207. March 17 – Minnesota (ss) 11 vs. New York AL 6 @ Fort Lauderdale, FL
  208. March 17 – Cincinnati 1 vs. Detroit 2 @ Lakeland, FL
  209. March 17 – Seattle vs. Colorado @ Tucson, AZ ***
  210. March 17 – San Francisco vs. San Diego @ Peoria, AZ ***
  211. March 18 – Florida vs. Atlanta @ West Palm Beach, FL (canceled, rain)
  212. March 18 – Houston 6 vs. Philadelphia 1 @ Clearwater, FL
  213. March 18 – Chicago AL 16 vs. Pittsburgh 8 @ Bradenton, FL
  214. March 18 – Los Angeles 9 vs. Detroit 5 @ Lakeland, FL
  215. March 18 – Montreal 6 vs. Minnesota 1 @ Fort Myers, FL
  216. March 18 – St. Louis 15 vs. Toronto 5 @ Dunedin, FL
  217. March 18 – Kansas City 4 vs. Cleveland 3 @ Winter Haven, FL
  218. March 18 – Boston 5 vs. New York AL 4 @ Fort Lauderdale, FL
  219. March 18 – Cincinnati vs. New York NL @ Port St. Lucie, FL (canceled, rain)
  220. March 18 – Chicago NL 8 vs. San Diego 1 @ Peoria, AZ
  221. March 18 – Seattle 8 vs. Colorado 3 @ Tucson, AZ
  222. March 18 – Milwaukee 11 vs. California 5 @ Tempe, AZ
  223. March 18 – Oakland 5 vs. San Francisco 1 @ Scottsdale, AZ
  224. March 19 – Minnesota 0 vs. Boston 3 @ Fort Myers, FL
  225. March 19 – Detroit 2 vs. Kansas City 8 @ Haines City, FL
  226. March 19 – Florida 7 vs. New York AL 2 @ Fort Lauderdale, FL
  227. March 19 – Montreal 5 vs. Atlanta 6 @ West Palm Beach, FL
  228. March 19 – Pittsburgh 4 vs. Cincinnati 8 @ Plant City, FL
  229. March 19 – New York NL 4 vs. Los Angeles 5 @ Vero Beach, FL
  230. March 19 – Toronto 3 vs. Houston 8 @ Kissimmee, FL
  231. March 19 – Cleveland 4 vs. St. Louis 5 @ St. Petersburg, FL
  232. March 19 – Philadelphia 5 vs. Texas 2 @ Port Charlotte, FL (10 innings)
  233. March 19 – California 7 vs. Seattle 12 @ Peoria, AZ
  234. March 19 – Colorado (ss) 6 vs. Milwaukee (ss) 0 @ Chandler, AZ
  235. March 19 – San Diego 3 vs. Oakland 6 @ Phoenix, AZ
  236. March 19 – San Francisco 3 vs. Chicago NL 6 @ Mesa, AZ
  237. March 19 – Milwaukee 4 (ss) vs. Colorado (ss) 8 @ Tucson, AZ
  238. March 20 – Chicago AL 5, Toronto 3
  239. March 20 – Detroit 5, Philadelphia 1
  240. March 20 – Kansas City 5, St. Louis 3
  241. March 20 – Texas 7, Boston 6
  242. March 20 – Seattle (ss) 6, Chicago NL 5
  243. March 20 – California 5, San Diego (ss) 3
  244. March 20 – Milwaukee 7, San Francisco 4
  245. March 20 – Oakland 6, Colorado 2
  246. March 20 – Cincinnati 5, Cleveland 1
  247. March 20 – New York NL 7, Los Angeles 6
  248. March 20 – Seattle (ss) vs. San Diego (ss)
  249. March 21 – Toronto 14, Cleveland 1
  250. March 21 – Montreal 6, New York NL 4 (10 innings)
  251. March 21 – Texas 5, Detroit 3
  252. March 21 – Kansas City 5, Cincinnati 2
  253. March 21 – Florida 6, Atlanta 4
  254. March 21 – Chicago AL 7, St. Louis (ss) 4
  255. March 21 – Houston 7, St. Louis (ss) 5
  256. March 21 – New York AL 5, Los Angeles 0
  257. March 21 – Milwaukee 12, California 10
  258. March 21 – Colorado 11, San Diego 5
  259. March 21 – Oakland 9, San Francisco 1
  260. March 21 – Minnesota 4, Boston 3
  261. March 21 – Pittsburgh 7, Philadelphia 6
  262. March 22 – Chicago AL 5, Toronto 1
  263. March 22 – Montreal 2, Florida 0
  264. March 22 – Houston 6, Cincinnati 4
  265. March 22 – New York AL 7, Atlanta 0
  266. March 22 – Los Angeles 4, Cleveland 3
  267. March 22 – St. Louis 8, Minnesota 3
  268. March 22 – Colorado 2, Chicago NL 1
  269. March 22 – San Diego 5, San Francisco 1
  270. March 22 – Milwaukee 10, Oakland 5
  271. March 22 – California 10, Seattle 8
  272. March 23 – Minnesota 5 vs. Toronto 4 @ Dunedin, FL
  273. March 23 – Florida 4 vs. Montreal 12 @ West Palm Beach, FL
  274. March 23 – Kansas City 5 vs. Cincinnati 7 @ Plant City, FL
  275. March 23 – New York AL 8 vs. Los Angeles 10 @ Vero Beach, FL
  276. March 23 – Detroit 5 vs. Pittsburgh 6 @ Bradenton, FL
  277. March 23 – Chicago NL 9 vs. Oakland 7 @ Phoenix, AZ
  278. March 23 – California 13 vs. Colorado 2 @ Tucson, AZ
  279. March 23 – Milwaukee 8 vs. San Diego 9 @ Peoria, AZ
  280. March 23 – Texas 5 vs. Boston 8 @ Fort Myers, FL
  281. March 23 – Atlanta 2 vs. New York NL 3 @ Port St. Lucie, FL (10 innings)
  282. March 23 – Cleveland 5 vs. Houston 9 @ Kissimmee, FL
  283. March 23 – Seattle 4 vs. San Francisco 2 @ Scottsdale, AZ
  284. March 24 – Toronto 12 vs. Cleveland 5 @ Winter Haven, FL
  285. March 24 – Los Angeles 3 vs. Atlanta 2 @ West Palm Beach, FL
  286. March 24 – New York NL 2 vs. Florida 3 @ Viera, FL
  287. March 24 – St. Louis 1 vs. Kansas City 2 @ Haines City, FL (10 innings)
  288. March 24 – Boston 11 vs. Chicago AL 4 @ Sarasota, FL
  289. March 24 – Minnesota 4 vs. Texas 5 @ Port Charlotte, FL
  290. March 24 – Colorado 14 vs. San Francisco 9 @ Scottsdale, AZ
  291. March 24 – Oakland 9 vs. San Diego 2 @ Peoria, AZ
  292. March 24 – Chicago NL 6 vs. California 7 @ Tempe, AZ
  293. March 24 – Seattle 0 vs. Milwaukee 5 @ Chandler, AZ
  294. March 24 – Montreal 0 vs. New York NL 3 @ Fort Lauderdale, FL
  295. March 24 – Philadelphia 8 vs. Cincinnati 9 @ Plant City, FL
  296. March 24 – Houston 3 vs. Detroit 2 @ Lakeland, FL
  297. March 25 – Detroit 4, Toronto 3
  298. March 25 – Seattle 8, San Diego 5
  299. March 25 – Florida 7, Kansas City 3
  300. March 25 – California 10, Oakland 3
  301. March 25 – Texas 17, Philadelphia 0
  302. March 25 – Houston 8, New York NL 4
  303. March 25 – St. Louis 12, Cincinnati 11
  304. March 25 – Cleveland 8, Chicago AL 5
  305. March 25 – Pittsburgh 16, Boston (ss) 5
  306. March 25 – New York AL 6, Los Angeles 0
  307. March 25 – Colorado (ss) 14, Milwaukee 12
  308. March 25 – San Francisco 9, Chicago NL 7
  309. March 25 – Minnesota 9, Boston (ss) 8 (10 innings)
  310. March 25 – Atlanta vs. Montreal (canceled, player death)
  311. March 26 – Toronto 5, Pittsburgh 2
  312. March 26 – Los Angeles 4, Montreal 3
  313. March 26 – Cincinnati 2, Houston 2 (14 innings)
  314. March 26 – Philadelphia 7, St. Louis 6
  315. March 26 – Atlanta 3, New York AL 1
  316. March 26 – Chicago AL 4, Detroit 1
  317. March 26 – Kansas City 17, Cleveland 2
  318. March 26 – Boston 10, Minnesota 4
  319. March 26 – New York NL 6, Florida 0
  320. March 26 – California 6, Seattle 4
  321. March 26 – San Diego 7, Chicago NL 2
  322. March 26 – Oakland 9, Colorado 8
  323. March 26 – San Francisco 3, Milwaukee 2
  324. March 27 – Minnesota (ss) 1 vs. Boston 3 @ Fort Myers, FL
  325. March 27 – Chicago AL 5 vs. Minnesota (ss) 2 @ Fort Myers, FL
  326. March 27 – Cincinati 6 vs. Kansas City 2 @ Haines City, FL
  327. March 27 – Atlanta 4 vs. Florida 3 @ Viera, FL
  328. March 27 – New York NL 2 vs. Los Angeles 5 @ Vero Beach, FL
  329. March 27 – Houston 5 vs. St. Louis 0 @ St. Petersburg, FL
  330. March 27 – New York AL 3 vs. Montreal 1 @ West Palm Beach, FL
  331. March 27 – Texas 9 vs. Philadelphia 2 @ Clearwater, FL
  332. March 27 – Toronto 2 vs. Pittsburgh 16 @ Bradenton, FL
  333. March 27 – San Diego 9 vs. California 6 @ Tempe, AZ
  334. March 27 – San Francisco 6 vs. Milwaukee 7 @ Chandler, AZ
  335. March 27 – Colorado 3 vs. Seattle 3 @ Peoria, AZ (11 innings)
  336. March 27 – Oakland 16 vs. Chicago NL 11 @ Mesa, AZ
  337. March 27 – Detroit 3 vs. Cleveland 5 @ Winter Haven, FL
  338. March 28 – New York NL 3 vs. New York AL 1 @ Fort Lauderdale, FL
  339. March 28 – Los Angeles 3 vs. Atlanta 2 @ West Palm Beach, FL
  340. March 28 – Montreal 9 vs. Florida 2 @ Viera, FL
  341. March 28 – Philadelphia 0 vs. Pittsburgh 5 @ Bradenton, FL
  342. March 28 – Toronto 7 vs. Cincinnati 3 @ Plant City, FL
  343. March 28 – Houston 4 vs. Cleveland 5 @ Winter Haven, FL
  344. March 28 – Boston 7 vs. Chicago AL 5 @ Sarasota, FL
  345. March 28 – Kansas City 4 vs. Detroit 5 @ Lakeland, FL
  346. March 28 – Texas 9 vs. Minnesota 3 @ Fort Myers, FL
  347. March 28 – San Diego 2 vs. Colorado 10 @ Tucson, AZ
  348. March 28 – Chicago NL 7 vs. California 13 @ Tempe, AZ
  349. March 28 – San Francisco 14 vs. Seattle 9 @ Peoria, AZ
  350. March 28 – Milwaukee 11 vs. Oakland 1 @ Phoenix, AZ
  351. March 29 – Giants minor leaguers 2 vs. San Francisco 3 @ Scottsdale, AZ
  352. March 29 – Florida 6 vs. Los Angeles 7 @ Vero Beach, FL
  353. March 29 – Cleveland 6 vs. Detroit 10 @ Lakeland, FL
  354. March 29 – Pittsburgh 3 vs. Chicago AL 0 @ Sarasota, FL
  355. March 29 – Philadelphia 2 vs. Toronto 3 @ Dunedin, FL (10 innings)
  356. March 29 – St. Louis 2 vs. Cincinnati 3 @ Plant City, FL
  357. March 29 – New York NL 1 vs. Montreal 3 @ West Palm Beach, FL
  358. March 29 – Minor League All-Stars 5 vs. Atlanta 4 @ West Palm Beach, FL
  359. March 29 – Kansas City 10 vs. Houston 7 @ Kissimmee, FL
  360. March 29 – Boston 9 vs. Texas 10 @ Port Charlotte, FL
  361. March 29 – Seattle 7 vs. Oakland 6 @ Phoenix, AZ
  362. March 29 – Colorado (ss) 9 vs. Milwaukee 6 @ Chandler, AZ
  363. March 29 – Minor League All-Stars 11 vs. Chicago NL 6 @ Mesa, AZ
  364. March 29 – California 3 vs. San Diego 4 @ Peoria, AZ
  365. March 29 – U of Arizona vs. Colorado @ Tucson, AZ ***
  366. March 30 – Pittsburgh 3 vs. Texas 5 @ Port Charlotte, FL
  367. March 30 – Boston (ss) 2 vs. Montreal 3 @ West Palm Beach, FL
  368. March 30 – Philadelphia 3 vs. St. Louis 1 @ St. Petersburg, FL
  369. March 30 – Detroit 3 vs. Cincinnati 9 @ Plant City, FL
  370. March 30 – Minnesota 8 vs. Boston (ss) 11 @ Fort Myers, FL
  371. March 30 – Chicago AL 0 vs. Cleveland 5 @ Winter Haven, FL
  372. March 30 – Atlanta 7 vs. New York NL 2 @ Port St. Lucie, FL
  373. March 30 – Colorado 8 vs. Chicago NL 6 @ Mesa, AZ
  374. March 30 – San Diego 12 vs. Seattle 6 @ Peoria, AZ
  375. March 30 – Florida 12 vs. Kansas City 4 @ Haines City, FL
  376. March 30 – New York AL 1 @ Houston 10
  377. March 31 – Philadelphia 6 vs. Toronto 7 @ Dunedin, FL
  378. March 31 – Montreal 3 vs. Boston 5 @ Fort Myers, FL
  379. March 31 – St. Louis 5 vs. Chicago AL 1 @ Sarasota, FL
  380. March 31 – Kansas City 7 vs. Florida 1 @ Viera, FL
  381. March 31 – New York AL 1 @ Colorado 4 [first game played at Coors Field]
  382. March 31 – Milwaukee (ss) 6 vs. Chicago NL 8 @ Mesa, AZ
  383. March 31 – Cleveland 1 vs. Cincinnati 6 @ Columbus, OH
  384. March 31 – Houston 3 @ Texas 2
  385. March 31 – Pittsburgh 9 vs. Minnesota 7 @ Fort Myers, FL
  386. March 31 – Los Angeles @ California [no result found]
  387. March 31 – San Francisco @ Oakland [no result found]
  388. March 31 – Detroit 4 @ Atlanta 5
  389. March 31 – San Diego vs. Seattle @ Peoria, AZ [no result found]
  390. April 1 – Chicago AL 4 vs. St. Louis 3 @ St. Petersburg, FL
  391. April 1 – Minnesota vs. Pittsburgh @ Bradenton, FL (canceled)
  392. April 1 – New York NL 2 @ Cleveland 5
  393. April 1 – Montreal 6 vs. Toronto 3 @ Dunedin, FL
  394. April 1 – Kansas City 5 @ Atlanta 3
  395. April 1 – Chicago NL 5 @ Texas 6 (12 innings)
  396. April 1 – New York AL 6 @ Colorado 7
  397. April 1 – Milwaukee 8 vs. Seattle 7 @ Peoria, AZ
  398. April 1 – San Francisco 7 @ Oakland 5 (10 innings)
  399. April 1 – California @ Los Angeles
  400. April 1 – Boston vs. Pawtucket (IL) (postponed)
Final replacement player standings.

Sites to have hosted replacement player games in both MLB and NFL:

  1. Houston Astrodome
  2. Anaheim Stadium
  3. Fulton County Stadium
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