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are looking for the longest baseball game ever played in general, so here it is:
Starting at 8:00 AM on October 13, 2007 at TR Hughes
Ballpark in O'Fallon, Missouri, the St. Louis Browns took on the St. Louis Stars
in a baseball game with proceeds going to the Gene Slay's Boys' Club of St.
Louis. Gene Slay's Boys' Club.
The game was tribute to St. Louis' history in
baseball by representing two of the cities' great teams from the past: The 1928
Negro National League Champion St. Louis Stars and the 1944 American League
Champion St. Louis Browns.
The game ended Monday, October 14, 2007 after 32 hours, 29 minutes and 25 seconds
of play. A total of 92 innings were played and the final score was: Browns 119
UPDATE: January 12, 2010
In a second instalment of the tribute to St. Louis'
history in baseball, honoring the 65th
anniversary of the All-St. Louis Streetcar Series, the organizers of the
original world's longest baseball game beat their own record.
From October 09 - 11, 2009 at TR Hughs Ballpark in
O'Fallon, Mo, the Edward Jones Browns played the Jonny G. Foundation Cardinals
in a game that lasted 48 hours, 9 minutes and 25 seconds.
The Browns beat the Cardinals 180-140.
20 double plays
1 triple play
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