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FABREGAS,JORGEFAHEY,BRANDONFAIN,FERRIS
FAISON,VINCEFALCON,OMARFALCONE,PETE
FALLON,CHRISFAMILIA,JEURYSFARMER,BUCK
FARMER,HOWARDFARMER,TOMFARNSWORTH,JEFF
FARNSWORTH,KYLEFARR,STEVEFARRELL,DICK
FARRELL,JONFASANO,JIMFASANO,SAL
FASSERO,JEFFFEBLES,CARLOSFEDEROWICZ,TIM
FEIERABEND,RYANFELDMAN,SCOTTFELICIANO,JESUS
FELIZ,PEDROFELTON,TERRYFENSTER,DARREN
FERGUSON,IANFERNANDEZ,ALEXFERNANDEZ,JOSE
FERNANDEZ,OSVALDOFERNANDEZ,SIDFERNANDEZ,TONY
FERRIS,MIKEFETTERS,MIKEFICK,ROBERT
FIELD,NATEFIELD,THOMASFIELDER,CECIL
FIELDS,JOSHFIFE,DANFIGGINS,CHONE
FIGUEROA,EDFIGUEROA,LUISFIGUEROA,NELSON
FILE,BOBFINCH,BRIANFINIGAN,JIM
FINLEY,CHUCKFINLEY,STEVEFINNEGAN,BRANDON
FINNVOLD,GARFISCHER,BILLFISCHER,HANK
FISCHER,RICHFISH,STEVEFISHER,EDDIE
FISHER,JACKFISTER,DOUGFITZGERALD,JASON
FITZGERALD,MIKEFITZPATRICK,JOHNFLANNERY,MIKE
FLETCHER,SCOTTFLINN,CHRISFLORENCE,BRANDEN
FLORES,JESUSFLORES,JOSHFLORES,RON
FLORES,WILMERFLOWERS,BOFLOWERS,TYLER
FLOYD,CLIFFFLOYD,GAVINFLOYD,JESSE
FLOYD,MICHAELFODGE,GENEFOGG,JOSH
FOLEY,TRAVISFONTANA,TONYFONTENOT,JOE
FONTENOT,MIKEFOPPERT,JESSEFORD,BEN
FORD,DARRENFORD,LEWFORD,MATT
FORDHAM,TOMFORSCH,BOBFORSYTHE,LOGAN
FORTUNATO,BARTOLOMEFOSNOW,JERRYFOSSUM,CASEY
FOSTER,JOHNFOSTER,QUINCYFOSTER,ROY
FOULKE,KEITHFOWLER,DEXTERFOWLER,ERIC
FOX,ANDYFOX,CHARLIEFOX,MATT
FOX,TERRYFRANCIS,EARLFRANCISCO,BEN
FRANCISCO,FRANKFRANCISCO,JUANFRANCO,JOHN
FRANCO,JULIOFRANCO,MAIKELFRANCONA,TERRY
FRANDSEN,KEVINFRANKLIN,NICKFRANKLIN,RYAN
FRASOR,JASONFRAZIER,CHARLESFRAZIER,JEFF
FRAZIER,JOEFREDERICK,KEVINFREEL,RYAN
FREEMAN,CHOOFREEMAN,FREDDIEFREEMAN,MARK
FREGOSI,JIMFREIMAN,NATEFREIRE,ALEJANDRO
FRENCH,LUCASFREND,TIMFRENDLING,NEAL
FRESE,NATEFRICK,MICHAELFRIEDRICH,CHRISTIAN
FRITZ,BENFRYER,ERICFRYMAN,TRAVIS
FUENTES,BRIANFUENTES,REYMONDFUJIKAWA,KYUJI
FUKUDOME,KOSUKEFUKUMORI,KAZUOFULD,SAM
FULLER,VERNFULLMER,BRADFULSE,SHELDON
FULTON,JONATHONFUNK,FRANKFURBUSH,CHARLIE
FURCAL,RAFAELFURMANIAK,JJFURTADO,MICAH
FUSSELL,CHRIS


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It all started when the Milwaukee Brewers were visiting the Chicago White Sox on May 8th, 1984. The game was played for 17 innings and the score was tied 3-3 at the time of 12:59pm. MLB rules states that a game cannot be played after 1am in the morning. Both teams arrived the next day to finish the battle. The White Sox won 7-6 by Harold Baines hitting a game ending home run. The ending result was a 25 inning game making an 8 hour and 6 minute long baseball game.