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  • It pains me to say that this particular Web site joined the fray that fateful night when Jeff Zimmerman of Texas balked in a run in the bottom of the ninth against Baltimore to give the Orioles a "balk-off win."

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  • CHICAGO | Aaron Crow's slide from All-Star form started here on July 4 in a disputed balk-off loss.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • Crow had a 1.36 ERA through 33 appearances prior to his balk-off disaster on July 4, which came one day after he was picked as the Royals' lone representative on the American League All-Star team.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • The last major league balk-off was Atlanta over Colorado on September 9, 2008.

    SBNation.com - All Posts

  • A balk-off was a fitting end to a perfectly crazy night at Dodger Stadium.

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  • Of particular note, he notes that a balk-off loss from

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