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Jimmy Archer from the Chronology
Sep 20, 1925 - In Cleveland the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland old-timers play a 6-6 8-inning tie. The lineups include Three Finger Brown Jimmy Archer Artie Hofman Mort Scanlan and Dutch Meier for Chicago; For Cleveland Larry Lajoie Dode Paskert Chief Zimmer Cy Berger Cy Young and Joe Delahanty. The game benefits the Amateur and Old-timer's Baseball Association of Cleveland: "This association employs a doctor to look after the injuries of any boy hurt in baseball in that district." Before boarding the train for Cleveland Brown throws batting practice for the Cubs at Chicago.
Aug 14, 1918 - Sailor Burleigh Grimes pitches Brooklyn to a 4-2 win over the Phils. The Phils take the lead but veteran Jimmy Archer relieves young Mack Wheat behind the plate in the 5th and Grimes' spitball works to perfection after that.
Sep 16, 1912 - The Cubs riddle Mathewson for 10 hits to beat the Giants 4-3. Jimmy Archer's solo homer is the game winner.
Sep 30, 1911 - In a field day at Chicago's White Sox park Ed Walsh hits a fungo 419 feet and one-half inch beating a 413 foot eight and one-half inch drive by Cincinnati's Mike Mitchell on September 11 1907. Harry Hooper of the Red Sox wins the accuracy in throwing contest beating Jimmy Archer of the Cubs and Jack Coombs of the A's. The planned three-inning game is called on account of rain.
Oct 2, 1910 - The pennant-bound Cubs end the season with an 8-4 win over the Reds pulling off a triple play in the process. The TP goes left fielder Jimmy Sheckard to C Johnny Kling to 1B Jimmy Archer.