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Frank Kitson from the Chronology
May 31, 1907 - The Highlanders beat Boston 4-1 behind Frank Kitson making his first appearance for New York. Kitson was 0-3 for the Nationals this year but will go 4-0 in New York. Kid Elberfeld of the Highlanders has a steal of home and Hal Chase has 2 steals.
Sep 24, 1901 - Jimmy Sheckard becomes the first 20th-century player to hit grand slams in 2 consecutive games as Brooklyn pounds Cincinnati 16-2. Frank Kitson homers and takes the victory. The 41 runs in 2 games is a franchise record. Sheckard's mark won't be tied until 1937.
Jul 25, 1901 - Brooklyn righty Frank Kitson outpitches Christy Mathewson allowing just one Giant hit in beating New York 5-0. Four of the Brooklyn runs are unearned. Algie McBride has the only safety a single for NY.
Jul 5, 1900 - At Cincinnati Jerry Nops of the Superbas pitches a one-hitter beating the Reds 2-0. Tomorrow his teammate Frank Kitson also pitches a one-hitter winning 10-0 the first instance of back-to-back one-hitters in the 20th century. The last time it happened was June 17 18 1884.
May 25, 1898 - Chicago scores 20 runs off rookie Frank Kitson of Baltimore who pitched a shutout in his debut May 19th. The game is called after 7 innings with Chicago winning 20-4.
May 19, 1898 - Pitcher Frank Kitson makes his debut with Baltimore and blanks Pittsburgh 6-0 on 4 hits.