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Bill Carrigan from the Chronology
Nov 1, 1916 - Harry H. Frazee New York theater owner and producer and Hugh Ward buy the Red Sox for $675000 (one report puts the figure at $750000) from Joseph Lannin. Bill Carrigan announces that he will retire as Red Sox manager to pursue his interests in Lewiston Maine.
Jul 15, 1913 - Jake Stahl hobbled by a foot injury is released as Red Sox manager. President Jimmy McAleer says that it was not differences with Stahl but that the stockholders want a player-manager. C Bill Carrigan replaces him.
May 6, 1911 - The Yankees top the Red Sox 6-3 and turn their first ever triple play as well. It happens in the 9th inning with Russ Ford on the mound when Bill Carrigan lines into a game ending triple play.
May 16, 1909 - With two outs in the 9th Detroit's George Moriarty tries to steal home but is tagged out by Boston catcher Bill Carrigan to end the game a 3-2 Boston win. Carrigan then spits tobacco on Moriarty saying "don't try that and pull that on a smart guy." Moriarty then flattens Carrigan and the two of them will be suspended by the AL for fighting.