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1965 Major League Baseball season

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SEA@MIN: Twins celebrate 1965 American League Champs

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1965 WS Gm6: Pitcher Mudcat Grant hits a three-run home run

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BASEBALL SEASON 1965

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1965 WS Gm7: Lou Johnson homers to give Dodgers lead

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Satchel Paige's Last Major League Game 1965

In the 1965 Major League Baseball season which was contested from April 12 to October 14, 1965, the Houston Colt .45s became the Astros, as they moved from Colt Stadium to the new Astrodome, becoming the first team to play their home games indoors, rather than outdoors. It was also the final season for the Braves in Milwaukee, before relocating to Atlanta for the 1966 season. The Los Angeles Angels officially changed their name to California Angels in advance of their pending 1966 move to a new stadium in Anaheim.
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