bullpen facts

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“1910 - 1919”

5-10-1911
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Registry of Production adopted; minimum requirement for 2 year olds was 6,000 pounds scaled to mature cows at 9,000 pounds.
9-22-1911
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Cy Young wins his 511th and final game as Boston wins over Pittsburgh 1-0. The Cy Young Award is later established for the top pitcher each year to honor this achievement.
1912
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The first Breed Champion for Milk & Fat was College Bravura 2nd 2577 with this record: 11/01 365d 4x 19461m 4.1% 798f. She held both the milk and fat records until 1922. Owned by Michigan Ag College, E. Lansing, MI
4-20-1912
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Boston Red Sox Fenway Park opens as the Red Sox defeat the New York Highlanders 7-6.
1911-1914
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J. P. Allyn, Delevan, WI, was the owner of the National Show Champion Female in each of these 4 years with 4 different cows.
1917
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31 cows qualified in ROP past year, 38 cows presently enrolled. Cows were enrolled individually, not herds.
4-20-1916
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First game at Wrigley Field: Chicago Cubs 7, Cincinnati Reds 6.
Note
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Fenway Park (1912), Wrigley Field (1916), & Yankee Stadium (1923) are the oldest parks still in use today by a long shot. The next oldest stadium in use today is Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles built in 1962.