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Nick Strincevich from the Chronology
May 5, 1946 - In a Bucs' doubleheader sweep at Pittsburgh the Dodgers attract an overflow crowd that spills onto the field and is held back by ropes. There are 9 "crowd doubles" as the Pirates win 5-4 in 11 innings and 4-3. The double loss drops the Bums out of a first place tie with the Cards. In game 2 Preacher Roe relieves Nick Strincevich with 2 outs in the top of sixth with the score tied 3-3. With a 6 p.m. curfew looming pinch runner Bob Ramazzotti tries to steal home on Roe's 1st pitch and is tagged out by C Bill Salkeld. In the bottom of the 6th Frankie Gustine drives in the winning run with a crowd double and the game is called giving Roe a one-pitch win.
May 17, 1945 - Trying for their 12th win in a row the 2nd-place Dodgers are scuttled by the Pirates 12-3. Nick Strincevich stops the Dodgers who fall three games behind the Giants. Olmo's hit streak is also stopped At 14 games.
May 7, 1941 - The Pirates send veteran Lloyd Waner to the Braves where he will be reunited with his brother in exchange for P Nick Strincevich. Waner will play just a month in Boston before being swapped to the Reds for John Hutchings. Waner will play 77 games for 3 teams this year and not strike out.