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June 24, 1993 > Carlton Fisk of the Chicago White Sox catches his 2,226th and final Major League game, breaking the record of 2,225 held by Bob Boone. Fisk, who will be elected to the Hall of Fame in 2000, also leaves the game with a record 351 home runs hit as a catcher.