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1966 Major League Baseball season

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Vintage KSDK: A look back at 1966 MLB All-Star Game at Busch Stadium

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1966 World Series: Baltimore Orioles vs Los Angeles Dodgers: Would You Believe 4 Straight?!

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Matt's Personal Break of Hit Parade Baseball 1966 Edition

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1966 ASG: Wills hits a walk-off single in the 10th

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Must C Classic: Sandy Koufax sets record with 15 strikeouts in Game 1 of 1966 World Series

The 1966 Major League Baseball season was contested from April 11 to October 9, 1966. The Atlanta Braves played their inaugural season in Atlanta, following their relocation from Milwaukee. Three teams played the 1966 season in new stadiums. On April 12, the Braves ushered in Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium with the Pittsburgh Pirates taking a 3–2 win in 13 innings. One week later, Anaheim Stadium opened with the California Angels losing to the Chicago White Sox, 3–1 in the Angels' debut in neighboring Orange County. On May 8, the St. Louis Cardinals closed out old Sportsman's Park/Busch Stadium I with a 10–5 loss to the San Francisco Giants before opening the new Busch Memorial Stadium four days later with a 4–3 win in 12 innings over the Atlanta Braves.
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