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Jean Dubuc from the Chronology
Sep 26, 1919 - The Braves tie the Giants 4-4 in the 7th and acting manager Mathewson brings in the veteran Jean Dubuc to shut out Boston the rest of the way. The Giants win 5-3 giving Dubuc (6-4) his 22nd game finish the NL high. Despite his 2.66 ERA this is his last game. He will be banned for life for failing to report that he had prior knowledge to the WS fix.
Jul 27, 1914 - The Athletics win their 12th consective game beating host Detroit 8-3 and scoring 3 runs in the first inning without a hit. Jean Dubuc hits 2 A's batters makes a throwing error and his teammates chip in with 2 errors to give Philadelphia the 3 runs. Frank Baker has 3 hits including a double and triple to back Hereb Pennock's pitching. Detroit will beat Philadelphia tomorrow.
Jun 25, 1909 - The Cubs beat Cincinnati 7-0 with Mordecai Brown tossing the shutout over Jean Dubuc. Brown has not lost to the Reds since 1906 and will end a streak of 13 straight victories on September 14.
Sep 7, 1908 - Bob Spade gives Chicago a split by winning game 2 4-0 over Andy Coakley of the Reds. In game 1 Jean Dubuc pitches a 2-hitter as the Reds beat host Chicago 6-0. Tinker and Evers have the only singles. In 1919 Dubuc will be banned for life when he fails to report he had prior knowledge of the WS fix.
Jun 25, 1908 - The Cincinnati Reds debut two college twirlers Jean Dubuc of Notre Dame and Bert Sincock from Michigan. Dubuc starts and Sincock relieves him. Unimpressed by the degrees the Cubs trounce the pair by the score of 7-0 (as noted by Richard Thompson).