June 19, 1980: Running the bases against the Oakland A's, the Orioles' John Lowenstein is drilled in the neck with the ball and collapses. Carried off on a stretcher to polite applause, he suddenly sits bolt upright, raises his arms and clenches both fists for the home crowd, which goes nuts. "It was semi-spontaneous," the offbeat Lowenstein tells reporters. "You have to acknowledge the cheers of the fans, and I sure as hell wasn't going to come back out after the game." The Orioles win, 4-3.