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Today in Cubs History: April 26

2004

At Bank One Ballpark, the Cubs lose 9-0 to the Diamondbacks. Francis Beltran gives up the longest homer in teh BOB history, a 503 foot homer by Richie Sexon through his own neck on the picture on the Jumbotron.

1997
Ryne Sandberg hit ish 267th career home run, establishing a record for second basemen.


1941
Wrigley Field becomes the first ballpark to employ an organ to entertain fans. Roy Nelson's pregame serenade doesn't help the Cubs as they fall to Max Lanier and the Cardinals, 4-2.

1905
In a 2-1 victory over the Pirates, Cub outfielder Jack McCarthy becomes the only flychaser in major league history to throw out three runners at the plate. Each of the assists result in the second out of a double play.
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