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Jack Glasscock from the Chronology
Jul 5, 1896 - Led by manager Charles Comiskey St. Paul (Western League) whips host Minneapolis 41-9. The Apostles score in every inning and clout 8 home runs. SS Jack Glasscock bats 9 times making 8 hits and scoring 7 runs.
May 5, 1894 - In the 5th inning of the St. Louis-Pittsburgh game Pirate SS Jack Glasscock thinking opposing Browns P Emerson "Pink" Hawley deliberately threw at him hurls his bat at the pitcher and then confronts Hawley on the mound. Glasscock remains in the game and helps Pittsburgh to a hard-fought 6-5 victory.
Jun 26, 1893 - Jack Glasscock is traded by the St. Louis Browns to Pittsburgh in exchange for Frank Shugart and $500. Glasscock with 48 RBIs for the Browns will total 66 at Pittsburgh; He is the first player to be traded during the season who has 100 ribbies.
Dec 18, 1889 - The Brotherhood meets and expels members who have signed National League contracts‚ including Jack Glasscock‚ John Clarkson‚ Kid Gleason‚ and George Miller. Among those expelled‚ Jake Beckley‚ Joe Mulvey‚ and Ed Delahanty would eventually jump back to the PL and be reinstated.
Jul 16, 1889 - Indianapolis manager Frank Bancroft announces his resignation effective July 20. In the next 4 days he will stay and help Jack Glasscock his successor adjust to his new duties. Bancroft says he is retiring from baseball but he will be back in 1891 and work as the Reds GM from 1892 until his death in 1921.
Apr 30, 1889 - Jack Glasscock's 3rd hit of the day a 9th inning single drives in the winning run as Indianapolis beats Chicago 6-5. Glasscock considered a weak hitter when he entered the league ten years ago will reach career highs this year with 205 hits and a .352 average.
Jan 26, 1887 - In Wheeling WV Jack Glasscock and Joe Miller are locked up overnight on drunk and disorderly charges after a scuffle with police at the local opera house.
Jul 10, 1880 - Cleveland snaps Chicago's long winning streak with a thrilling victory. The game is scoreless until the bottom of the 9th inning. Then Jack Glasscock walks and Fred Dunlap hits a long drive to the deepest part of the park and circles the bases for an apparent HR. A lively debate ensues as to whether Dunlap gets a HR or whether the game ends the instant Glasscock touches the plate under the new sudden death rule.
Jun 19, 1880 - Cleveland's Jack Glasscock goes 5-for-5 with 2 doubles to lead a 27-hit attack against Troy in an 18-6 rout.
Jul 8, 1879 - Cleveland's Jack Glasscock drives home a run in the top of the 9th to break a scoreless tie but then he makes a game-losing error in the bottom of the frame as Buffalo rallies 2-1.