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Noodles Hahn from the Chronology
Sep 29, 2000 - For the 2nd day in a row the Reds win 8-1 on a 2-hitter. This time its the Cardinals as Ron Villone strikes out 16 batters-Tatis 4 times-to tie the club record set by Noodles Hahn (1901) and Jim Maloney (1963). Villone's previous high was 8. He allows just 2 hits in what will be his last game as a Red: Cincy will trade him to the Rockies on November 8 for 2 players to be named later. Sean Casey homers for the 2nd day in a row.
Oct 9, 1904 - Cincinnati pitchers Tom Walker and Noodles Hahn each throw a shutout against St. Louis. Walker allows 6 hits in winning 3-0 while Hahn allows one hit in winning 1-0 in 7 innings. The nitecap was called because of darkness.
Jun 13, 1903 - At League Park Joe Kelley's first-inning triple is the lone hit off Mathewson who whitewashes the Reds 4-0. Noodles Hahn takes the loss. It is the 3rd shutout in a row for the Giants' staff.
Jul 21, 1900 - In the last of the 9th at Brooklyn with 2 outs and the score tied at 5-5 with the Reds an intentional walk to Deacon Maguire goes awry. Maguire reaches out and taps a Noodles Hahn pitch but the catcher picks it up then drops it and the winning run scores.
Jul 15, 1900 - Noodles Hahn follows up his no-hitter with a 9-hitter but still shuts out St. Louis 9-0.
Apr 18, 1899 - At Cincinnati 19-year-old Noodles Hahn makes his ML debut and beats the Pirates 7-5.