July 30, 1951 in History
Event:
Ty Cobb testifies before the Emanuel Celler committee, denying that the reserve clause makes peons of baseball players



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Ty Cobb History:
July 17, 1961 - Ty Cobb, baseball great, Detroit Tigers, dies of cancer at 74
September 11, 1928 - Ty Cobb last hitting appearance, pops out against Yankees
September 3, 1928 - Baseball Hall of Famer Ty Cobb got his 4,191th and final career hit
June 15, 1928 - Ty Cobb, 41, steals home for 50th and final time
July 18, 1927 - Ty Cobb's 4,000th career hit
November 3, 1926 - Ty Cobb resigns as Detroit Tigers manager
May 26, 1925 - Tigers' Ty Cobb is 1st to collect 1,000 extra-base hits (ends 1,139)
May 6, 1925 - Ty Cobb hits his 5th home run in 2 games tying Cap Ansons record of 1884
May 5, 1925 - Ty Cobb goes 6 for 6, (16 total bases)
July 17, 1922 - Ty Cobb gets 5 hits in a game for record 4th time in a year
August 19, 1921 - Ty Cobb, is 4th to get 3,000 hits
September 1, 1918 - Ty Cobb pitches 2 innings against Browns
May 19, 1912 - AL President Ban Johnson tells Tigers if they continue protest of Ty Cobb's suspension, they will be banned from baseball
May 18, 1912 - A's beat Tigers 24-2, who use amateurs protesting Ty Cobbs suspension
May 15, 1912 - Ty Cobb rushes a heckler at a New York Highlander game and is suspended
October 11, 1911 - Ty Cobb (AL) and Frank Schulte (NL) are 1st MVPs, each gets an auto
July 4, 1911 - Ty Cobb goes 0 for 4 and ends a 40 game hit streak
July 3, 1911 - Ty Cobb hits in his 40th straight game. Does not get a hit next day
October 9, 1909 - Ty Cobb steals home in World Series game
September 13, 1909 - Ty Cobb clinches AL home run title with his 9th home run (all inside-the-park)
July 15, 1909 - Ty Cobb hits 2 inside-the-park home runs
August 30, 1905 - Tiger Ty Cobb makes his debut, doubling off Yank Jack Chesbro
April 21, 1904 - Ty Cobb makes his pro debut for Augusta (South Atlantic League)
December 18, 1886 - Ty Cobb, batted .367, stole 892 bases, Detroit Tigers


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