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Earl Hamilton from the Chronology
Jul 16, 1920 - At Pittsburgh the Pirates' Earl Hamilton runs out of steam after pitching 16 scoreless innings against the Giants and loses 7-0 in 17. Rube Benton picks up the CG win. The Giants put together three straight triples in the last inning with Frankie Frisch's coming with the sacks full. George Kelly and Lee King follow Frisch with triples. Cooper then relieves to put out the side. The 7 runs in the 17th is a ML record and comes just 2 months after a record is set for the 16th frame.
May 10, 1918 - Pittsburgh’s lefty Earl Hamilton is 6–0 with an 0.83 ERA after beating the Giants, 4–2. He then enlists in the Navy. Hamilton was acquired before the season after going 0-9 for the Browns last season.
May 30, 1916 - Browns pitcher Earl Hamilton with 50 wins in the last 4 years but just one appearance this year is sold to Detroit. He'll go 1-2 then be waived back to St. Louis on June 22.
Jun 30, 1914 - Cleveland's Terry Turner ends a long dry spell by hitting a three-run homer off the Browns Earl Hamilton. Turner's last HR was back in 1906: he had gone 3186 at bats without a round tripper.
May 30, 1914 - At St. Louis the Browns and Tigers combine for just 11 hits in a doubleheader. Detroit's Harry Coveleskie tosses a one-hitter in the opener to win 2-1. The Tigers manage 4 hits off Earl Hamilton. Carl Weilman then wins for the Browns in the 2nd game 2-1 outpitching Miles Main. Both pitchers allows just 3 hits with Sam Crawford collecting two of the 3 Bengal bingles. The Tigers miss Ty Cobb sitting with a cracked rib who will not return until June 5th.
Sep 15, 1912 - In the 2nd game of a doubleheader Boston's Joe Wood wins his 16th straight game as he bests the Browns 2-1 in a game called after 8 innings because of darkness. Wood scores the winning run in the 8th scoring from 3B on a wild pitch by Earl Hamilton. Earlier in the year Walter Johnson posted a streak of 16 straight wins.
Sep 10, 1912 - At St. Louis, Browns starter Earl Hamilton retires the first batter in the 6th against the Yankees then plunks three successive hitters—Ed Sweeney, George McConnell and Tommy McMillan—to load the bases. Mark Allison then replaces him and Hal Chase lines into a DP to end the inning. The Yankees win, 8-3. As noted by Mike Grahek in 2007, the three hit by pitched balls in an inning is a record in the AL.
Jul 1, 1911 - Ty Cobb who had an infield single off Earl Hamilton in his last game on June 29th repeats by beating out another infield hit against the St. Louis lefty. Again Detroit wins this time 8-0.