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Ray Hayworth from the Chronology
Oct 4, 1944 - The first all-St. Louis WS opens with the Browns as the visiting team beating the Cardinals 2-1 on George McQuinn's HR. Denny Galehouse is the winning P and Mort Cooper loses despite allowing just 2 hits. It is the first Series in which all the games are played west of the Mississippi River. The Series is dubbed the Streetcar Series and is played with no days off. Red Hayworth is behind the plate for the Browns with Frank Mancuso as his backup. In a family oddity brothers Ray Hayworth and Gus Mancuso also catch in the big leagues.
Jun 12, 1937 - In a split with the Red Sox the Tigers lose the services of C Ray Hayworth who fractures his arm in game 2 when hit by a Bobo Newsom pitch. Birdie Tebbetts takes over. The Sox win 5-4 in 10 innings after losing 3-2 in game 1. Foxx has a homer in each game.
Aug 29, 1932 - Against the A's Detroit C Ray Hayworth makes his first error of the season after handling 439 chances without a miscue dating back to September 2 1931. The 2 teams split the Mackmen taking the opener 8-3 with 6 runs in the 8th and the Tigers winning game 2 10-7 with 3 runs in the 9th.