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Jack Ryan from the Chronology
Jun 15, 1917 - Los Angeles (PCL) pitcher Jack Ryan hits two grand slams in a 12-4 victory over Portland.
Jun 9, 1909 - The Red Sox edge the Browns 3-2 scoring the winning run in the 8th inning. Ed Cicotte relieving for Jack Ryan pitches the last 3 innings for the victory. (In most record books Cicotte is erroneously listed as pitching just one inning and is credited with a save. Researcher Dix Tourangeau noted the error).
Jun 1, 1909 - At Philadelphia the 2nd place A's and the 4th place Red Sox split a pair each winning 1-0. Harry Krause who will lead the AL in ERA with 1.39 wins the opener for Philadelphia beating Jack Ryan. The A's score with 2 outs in the 9th to win. It's one of 7 shutouts Krause will throw this year. Fred Burchell returns the favor in the nitecap beating Eddie Plank as the Sox score their lone run of the day in the 8th. Boston CF Tris Speaker pulls off an unassisted DP in game 2 the first of a ML record 6 he'll make. He'll do it again next April. Speaker will lead the AL outfielders this year with 12 double plays the first of 6 season he'll lead the AL flycatchers in this category.
Feb 18, 1909 - The Boston Red Sox trade Cy Young who won 21 games at age 41 last season to the Cleveland Naps for righty pitchers Charlie Chech and Jack Ryan and $12500. Young pitched for Cleveland in the 1890s.