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Chick Fullis from the Chronology
Dec 12, 1932 - In a 3-team deal‚ the Giants send Freddie Lindstrom to the Pirates and OF Chick Fullis to the Phils‚ getting P Glenn Spencer and OF George Davis in return. The Bucs ship OF Gus Dugas to Philley. Lindstrom's departure was expected after he made known his disappointment in not being named John McGraw's successor.
Jul 18, 1931 - John McGraw is ejected from a game in St. Louis after he rages over an out call by Bob Clarke on the Giants Chick Fullis. Behind Bill Walker the Giants win 4-0. A telegram McGraw receives before the next game causes another tantrum as NL president Heydler fines him $150 and suspends him for 3 days his first suspension since 1921. Dave Bancroft will fill in.
May 9, 1929 - Welcome to the majors rook. Pittsburgh rookie Larry French makes his ML debut and Andy Cohen hits his first pitch for a leadoff homer. Chick Fullis homers on the 1st pitch in the 2nd inning but French holds on to beat the Giants 3-2.
May 8, 1929 - At Pittsburgh's Schenley Park the Giants Carl Hubbell pitches an 11-0 no-hitter against the Pirates allowing just one walk. In the 9th the 1st two batters reached on errors before Hubbell records a strikeout and starts the game-ending DP. It's the first no-hitter by a lefthander since Hub Leonard in 1918. Chick Fullis starts the scoring with a HR in the 2nd his 3rd in three days and Mel Ott adds 2 HRs to take the NL lead.