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JanuaryAprilJanuary 31 Pitcher Pud Galvin is chosen for Hall of Fame induction by the Special Veterans Committee.
April 9 U. S. President Lyndon Johnson is on hand for an exhibition game between the New York Yankees and recently renamed Houston Astros. It is the first game to be played indoors at the new Harris County Domed Stadium, which will soon be called the Astrodome. Mickey Mantle hits the first home run in the new domed stadium.
April 12 The first official game at the Astrodome is played in front of over 43,000 fans, as they watch the Philadelphia Phillies defeat the host Astros, 20.
April 28 Lindsey Nelson, broadcaster for the New York Mets, calls today's Mets-Astros game from a gondola suspended above second base in the Astrodome.MayAugustJune 8 The first Major League draft is held for high school and collegiate players. The Kansas City Athletics use the first overall pick to draft Rick Monday. In the tenth round, the New York Mets select Alvin, Texas high school pitcher Nolan Ryan.
July 13 At Minnesota, Willie Mays hits a home run with two walks and two runs to pace the National League to a 65 All-Star Game victory over the American League. Juan Marichal pitches three scoreless innings to earn Game MVP.
August 19 Jim Maloney walks ten Cubs, none of whom score. Leo Crdenas hits a home run off of the Wrigley Field's left field foul pole in the tenth inning for the game's only run; winning the no hitter for Maloney. It was Maloney's second 10 inning no-hitter of the season; he lost the first one 10 when the Mets scored a run on two hits in the bottom of the 11th inning.
August 22 A game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants at Candlestick Park turns ugly when San Francisco's starting pitcher, Juan Marichal, batting against Sandy Koufax in the third inning, attacks Dodgers catcher John Roseboro with his bat. Both benches clear and a 14-minute brawl ensues, before peacemakers such as Koufax and the Giants' Willie Mays restore order. A shaken up Koufax then gives up a 3 run homer to Mays and the Giants win 43 to retake 1st place. National League president Warren Giles suspends Marichal for eight games and fines him $1,750, and also forbids him to travel with his team to Dodger Stadium for the final series of the season against the Dodgers. Although the Giants take both games during a 14-game winning streak, the Dodgers would go on to win the pennant, using a 13-game winning streak of their own to clinch the pennant over the rival Giants on the season's next to last day.
August 30 Casey Stengel announces his retirement as manager of the New York Mets, ending a fifty-five-year career as player and manager. He is the only man to have played for or managed all four of New York's Major League clubs.SeptemberDecemberSeptember 2 Ernie Banks hits his 400th career home run helping the Chicago Cubs beat the St. Louis Cardinals 53.
September 9 At Dodger Stadium, a duel between the Los Angeles Dodgers' Sandy Koufax and Bob Hendley of the Chicago Cubs is perfect until Dodger left fielder Lou Johnson walks in the fifth inning. Following a sacrifice bunt, Johnson steals third base and scores on a throwing error by Cubs catcher Chris Krug. Johnson later has the game's only hit, a 7th-inning double. Koufax's fourth no-hitter in four years is a perfect game, the first in Dodgers history. One hit by two clubs in a completed nine-inning game is also a major league record, as is the one runner left on base. The two base runners in a game is an ML record. For Chicago pitchers, it is the second one-hitter they've thrown against the Dodgers this year and lost. A week later in the rematch in Chicago's Wrigley Field, Hendley beats Koufax and the Dodgers, 21.
September 13 The San Francisco Giants' Willie Mays' hits his 500th home run off the Houston Astros' Don Nottebart, and Juan Marichal earned his 22nd victory as the Giants beat Houston 51 at the Astrodome. The win is the Giants' 11th straight and gives them a two and a half game lead.
September 16 On the same day Pinky Higgins is fired as Boston Red Sox general manager, Dave Morehead no-hits the Cleveland Indians 20 before only 1,247 fans at Fenway Park. Not until Hideo Nomo in 2001 will another Red Sox pitcher hurl a no-hitter, and the next Fenway Park no-hitter won't come until 2002 (Derek Lowe).
September 18 "Mickey Mantle Day" is celebrated at Yankee Stadium on the occasion of Mantle's 2,000th career game (all with the Yankees).
September 25 Though he had not pitched in the Major Leagues since 1953, the Kansas City Athletics send Satchel Paige to the mound. At (approximately) 59 years old, he is the oldest pitcher in Major League history. In three innings, he strikes out one, and gives up one hit, a single to Carl Yastrzemski. Paige does not earn a decision in the loss to Boston, 52.
September 26 The Minnesota Twins gain their first American League pennant since moving from Washington in 1961, ironically by defeating the expansion Washington Senators 21 at Washington's D.C. Stadium (which was renamed "Robert F. Kennedy Stadium" in 1969). Minnesota's Jim Kaat (1711) wins the clincher.
October 2 Sandy Koufax wins his 26th game as the Dodgers beat the Braves 31, for their 14th win in their last 15 games as they clinch the N.L. pennant.
October 7 Jim Kaat gives Minnesota a 20 World Series lead by driving in two runs, defeating Sandy Koufax and the Los Angeles Dodgers 51 at Minnesota's Metropolitan Stadium. The game is remembered for Minnesota's Bob Allison remarkable sliding catch of a Jim Lefebvre line drive in the wet grass of Metropolitan Stadium.
October 14 Working on two days rest, Sandy Koufax strikes out 10 and throws a three-hit, 20 shutout against the Minnesota Twins in Game Seven of the World Series, giving the Los Angeles Dodgers a second World Championship in three years. Lou Johnson's 4th inning leadoff home run off the left field foul pole gives Koufax the only run he'll need. A Ron Fairly double and Wes Parker single in the same inning add an insurance run to account for the 20 final. Koufax, who threw complete game shutouts in games 5 and 7, is named Series MVP.
November 22 Outfielder Curt Blefary of the Baltimore Orioles edges California Angels pitcher Marcelino Lpez for American League Rookie of the Year honors.
November 26 Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Jim Lefebvre, who hit .250 with 12 home runs and 69 RBI, is voted National League Rookie of the Year over Houston Astros second baseman Joe Morgan (.271, 14, 40) and San Francisco Giants pitcher Frank Linzy (93, 43 strikeouts, 1.43 ERA).
December 9 Cincinnati Reds Outfielder Frank Robinson is traded to the Baltimore Orioles for pitcher Milt Pappas, pitcher Jack Baldschun and outfielder Dick Simpson. Robinson would go on to win the Triple Crown and the Most Valuable Player in the American League for 1966.
2. Oceania of mele & co wooden jewelry box
American Samoa (unorganised, unincorporated territory of the United States)
GovernorÂ Togiola Tulafono, Governor of American Samoa (20032013)
MonarchÂ Elizabeth II, Queen of Australia (1952present)
Governor-GeneralÂ Michael Jeffery, Governor-General of Australia (20032008)
Prime MinisterÂ John Howard, Prime Minister of Australia (19962007)
Â Christmas Island (external territory of Australia)
AdministratorÂ Neil Lucas, Administrator of Christmas Island (20062008)
Shire-PresidentÂ Gordon Thomson, Shire president of Christmas Island (20032011)
Â Cocos (Keeling) Islands (external territory of Australia)
AdministratorÂ Neil Lucas, Administrator of the Cocos (Keeling) Islands (20062008)
Shire-PresidentÂ Ronald Grant, Shire president of the Cocos (Keeling) Islands (20012007)
Â Norfolk Island (self-governing territory of Australia)
AdministratorÂ Grant Tambling, Administrator of Norfolk Island (20032007)
Geoffrey Robert Gardner, Chief Minister of Norfolk Island (20012006)
David Buffett, Chief Minister of Norfolk Island (20062007)
Ratu Josefa Iloilo, President of Fiji (20002006)
Frank Bainimarama, Acting President of Fiji (20062007)
Laisenia Qarase, Prime Minister of Fiji (20012006)
Jona Senilagakali, Acting Prime Minister of Fiji (20062007)
Â Â French Polynesia (overseas collectivity of France)
High CommissionerÂ Anne Bouquet, High Commissioner of the Republic in French Polynesia (20052008)
Oscar Temaru, President of French Polynesia (20052006)
Gaston Tong Sang, President of French Polynesia (20062007)
Â Guam (insular area of the United States)
GovernorÂ Felix Perez Camacho, Governor of Guam (20032011)
PresidentÂ Anote Tong, President of Kiribati (20032016)
Â Marshall Islands
PresidentÂ Kessai Note, President of the Marshall Islands (20002008)
PresidentÂ Joseph Urusemal, President of Micronesia (20032007)
PresidentÂ Ludwig Scotty, President of Nauru (20042007)
Â New Caledonia (sui generis collectivity of France)
High CommissionerÂ Michel Mathieu, High Commissioner of New Caledonia (20052007)
Head of GovernmentÂ Marie-Nolle Thmereau, President of the Government of New Caledonia (20042007)
Â New Zealand
MonarchÂ Elizabeth II, Queen of New Zealand (1952present)
Dame Silvia Cartwright, Governor-General of New Zealand (20012006)
Dame Sian Elias, Administrator of the Government of New Zealand (2006)
Sir Anand Satyanand, Governor-General of New Zealand (20062011)
Prime MinisterÂ Helen Clark, Prime Minister of New Zealand (19992008)
Â Cook Islands (associated state of New Zealand)
Queen's RepresentativeÂ Sir Frederick Tutu Goodwin, Queen's Representative of the Cook Islands (20012013)
Prime MinisterÂ Jim Marurai, Prime Minister of the Cook Islands (20042010)
Â Niue (associated state of New Zealand)
PremierÂ Young Vivian, Premier of Niue (20022008)
Tokelau (dependent territory of New Zealand)
Neil Walter, Administrator of Tokelau (20032006)
David Payton, Administrator of Tokelau (20062009)
Head of GovernmentÂ
Pio Tuia, Head of Government of Tokelau (20052006)
Kolouei O'Brien, Head of Government of Tokelau (20062007)
Â Northern Mariana Islands (Commonwealth of the United States)
Juan Babauta, Governor of the Northern Mariana Islands (20022006)
Benigno Fitial, Governor of the Northern Mariana Islands (20062013)
PresidentÂ Tommy Remengesau, President of Palau (20012009)
Â Papua New Guinea
MonarchÂ Elizabeth II, Queen of Papua New Guinea (1975present)
Governor-GeneralÂ Sir Paulias Matane, Governor-General of Papua New Guinea (20042010)
Prime MinisterÂ Sir Michael Somare, Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea (20022010)
Â Pitcairn Islands (Overseas Territory of the United Kingdom)
Richard Fell, Governor of the Pitcairn Islands (20012006)
George Fergusson, Governor of the Pitcairn Islands (20062010)
MayorÂ Jay Warren, Mayor of the Pitcairn Islands (20052007)
Head of StateÂ Malietoa Tanumafili II, O le Ao o le Malo of Samoa (19622007)
Prime MinisterÂ Tuilaepa Aiono Sailele Malielegaoi, Prime Minister of Samoa (1998present)
Â Solomon Islands
MonarchÂ Elizabeth II, Queen of the Solomon Islands (1978present)
Governor-GeneralÂ Sir Nathaniel Waena, Governor-General of the Solomon Islands (20042009)
Sir Allan Kemakeza, Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands (20012006)
Snyder Rini, Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands (2006)
Manasseh Sogavare, Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands (20062007)
Tufahau Tupou IV, King of Tonga (19652006)ân
George Tupou V, King of Tonga (20062012)
Prince Lavaka Ata Uluklala, Prime Minister of Tonga (20002006)
Feleti Sevele, Prime Minister of Tonga (20062010)
MonarchÂ Elizabeth II, Queen of Tuvalu (1978present)
Governor-GeneralÂ Filoimea Telito, Governor-General of Tuvalu (20052010)
Maatia Toafa, Prime Minister of Tuvalu (20042006)
Apisai Ielemia, Prime Minister of Tuvalu (20062010)
PresidentÂ Kalkot Mataskelekele, President of Vanuatu (20042009)
Prime MinisterÂ Ham Lini, Prime Minister of Vanuatu (20042008)
Â Â Wallis and Futuna (overseas collectivity of France)
Xavier de Frst, Administrator Superior of Wallis and Futuna (20052006)
Richard Didier, Administrator Superior of Wallis and Futuna (20062008)
Head of GovernmentÂ Emeni Simete, President of the Territorial Assembly of Wallis and Futuna (20052007)