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    Sep 5, 1918 - In order to cut down on the use of trains‚ the first 3 games of the WS are played in Chicago‚ the next 3 in Boston. The Cubs switch their home games to Comiskey Park with its larger seating capacity. Babe Ruth‚ having completed 13 scoreless innings in his first WS 2 years ago‚ adds 9 more in edging Hippo Vaughn 1-0 in the opener. Also‚ when 2B Dave Shean bats for Boston‚ he becomes the oldest player (40 years‚ 3 months‚ 18 days) to play in the WS‚ a mark other graybeards will top.

    Apr 16, 1918 - The Reds' Pete Schneider‚ in a season opener‚ and the Red Sox' Carl Mays each pitch one-hitters. Red Sox submariner Mays loses his no-hitter in the 8th on Dugan's ground single stopped by 2B Dave Shean‚ but beats the A's‚ 1-0. Everett Scott drives home the winner in the bottom of the 9th off Scott Perry. The Reds top the Pirates Wilber Cooper‚ 2-0‚ with Casey Stengel's single the lone Buc shot.

    Feb 11, 1911 - The Cubs acquire 2B Dave Shean from Boston for 3B Scotty Ingerton and righty Big Jeff Pfeffer. The is the 2nd time that Boston has traded with the Cubs for Big Jeff.

    Jul 16, 1909 - The Phillies send righthanded pitchers Buster Brown and Lew Richie and 2B Dave Shean to the Boston Nationals for OF Johnny Bates and INF Charlie Starr.

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