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Doc Casey from the Chronology
Dec 16, 1905 - The Cubs trade OF Jack McCarthy and Billy Maloney‚ 3B Doc Casey‚ and pitcher Buttons Briggs to Brooklyn for Jimmy Sheckard‚ who will take over LF for the NL champions of the next 3 years.
May 6, 1903 - The Pirates Deacon Phillippe en route to 25 wins lets one get away when the Cubs score 9 runs on 9 hits in the top of the 9th for an 11-4 triumph at Exposition Park. Dick Harley leads off the 9th with a single the first hit off Phillippe since the 2nd inning. Doc Casey drills a bases-loaded single to make the score 6-4 and Evers follows with a two-run triple. The scoring ends when Chance is forced at 2B. Jack Taylor is the winner the 3rd time in 11 days he's beaten the Bucs.