Baseball Magazine

This Day in Baseball: No DH for PCL

By Precious Sanders @pdsanders99

While the American League is known for its use of the designated hitter, they weren’t the first ones to ever have an interest in utilizing it.  The Pacific Coast League once expressed an interest in implementing the allowance of a designated hitter even before the AL started using it.  However, the PCL’s proposal to use the DH got rejected on March 31, 1961 by the Professional Baseball Rules Committee.  The American League would begin using the DH in 1973.

This day in baseball: No DH for PCL

By Source, Fair use, Link

This day in baseball: No DH for PCL

Back to Featured Articles on Logo Paperblog