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Jim Pastorius from the Chronology
Aug 23, 1909 - With lefthander Jim Pastorius pitching Brooklyn C Bill Bergen throws out 6 (erroneously listed as 7) of 8 base-stealing Cardinals in a 9-1 St. Louis victory. Bergen's mark is a 20th century high tied twice in 1915 by Schang and again by 3 A's catchers on June 18. In the first game of the doubleheader today it was Brooklyn's turn as they swiped 6 bases in a 7-0 win. The Cards steal 2 bases.
Jul 28, 1909 - Brooklyn's Jim Pastorius no-hits the Phillies until pinch hitter Marty Martel laces a one-out triple in the 9th inning. Pastorius wins 4-0.
Sep 26, 1908 - With the Cubs just a half game in back of New York Chicago's Ed Reulbach shoulders a ML record by becoming the only pitcher to throw two shutouts in one day blanking host Brooklyn 5-0 and 3-0. Big Ed allows 5 hits in the a.m. game and is even stingier in the afternoon yielding 3 hits and a walk. He finishes the afternoon contest in 1 hour: 12 minutes. Kaiser Wilhelm and Jim Pastorius are the losing pitchers.
Sep 13, 1907 - At Washington Park Mathewson tops Jim Pastorius 2-1 striking out 11 Superbas batters. Dan McGann is 4-for-4 for New York while teammate Jack Hannifan collects a single double triple and two walks in his 5 at bats.
Sep 3, 1907 - The Giants and Superbas spilt a doubleheader. New York takes the opener 2-0 behind Dummy Taylor then Brooklyn takes the nitecap 1-0 in 7 innings behind the 8-hit pitching of Jim Pastorius. The Superbas score on a single two walks and a wild pitch by Mathewson.