September 5, 1921 in History
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Walter Johnson sets strikeout mark at 2,287




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Walter Johnson History:
August 23, 1942 - Walter Johnson pitches to Babe Ruth in pregame attraction that draws 69,000 for New York - Washington game, raises $80,000 for Army-Navy relief
November 5, 1940 - Walter Johnson, won 416 games for Washington Senators, loses Maryland congressional race
June 9, 1933 - Walter Johnson takes over as Cleveland manager
October 4, 1932 - Clark Griffith announces Walter Johnson will be manager of Senators
October 15, 1928 - Walter Johnson signs a 3-year contract to manage the Senators
May 30, 1927 - Walter Johnson records 113th and last shutout of his career
October 14, 1926 - Walter Johnson retires, signs 2-year contract to manage Newark
April 13, 1926 - At 41, Walter Johnson pitches his 7th opening day shutout
September 14, 1924 - Walter Johnson elected AL MVP
August 25, 1924 - Washington Senator Walter Johnson 2nd no-hitter beats Browns, 2-0 in 7 innings
July 22, 1923 - Walter Johnson becomes 1st to strikeout 3,000 (en route to 3,508)
May 2, 1923 - Senator Walter Johnson pitches his 100th shutout, beats Yankees 3-0
July 1, 1920 - Washington Senator Walter Johnson no-hits Boston Red Sox, 1-0
May 14, 1920 - Washington Senator Walter Johnson wins his 300th game vs Detroit
May 15, 1918 - Washington Senator Walter Johnson pitches 1-0, 18 inning game
December 4, 1914 - Walter Johnson accepts money from Federal League Chicago Whales Clark Griffith threatens to take Johnson to court
September 29, 1913 - Washington Senator Walter Johnson wins his 36th game
May 14, 1913 - Washington Senator Walter Johnson ends record scorless streak at 56 innings
April 10, 1913 - Walter Johnson begins string of 56 consecutive scoreless innings
August 26, 1912 - Walter Johnson's 16-game winning streak ends
April 15, 1911 - Walter Johnson pitches a record tying 4 strike outs in an inning
August 7, 1907 - Walter Johnson wins 1st of his 416 wins, 7-2 over Cleveland
August 2, 1907 - Walter Johnson, 19, debuts with Washington and loses 3-2 to Detroit
November 6, 1887 - Walter Johnson, Kansas, Washington Senator pitcher, 1907-27, 414-218


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