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Roy Henshaw from the Chronology
Oct 4, 1937 - Cincinnati releases 38-year-old Kiki Cuyler. He will sign with Brooklyn. Shortstop Leo Durocher is traded to the Dodgers by the Cardinals for OF Johnny Cooney Joe Stripp Jim Bucher and Roy Henshaw. Cooney who started his ML career as a pitcher in the 1920s led the AA in hitting in 1935 with a .371 average. Durocher will start at shortstop for the next 2 seasons in Brooklyn.
Jul 28, 1936 - Dolph Camilli's 9th inning homer his second of the game caps a 4-run rally as the Phillies top the visiting Cubs 5-3. Reliever Larry French who replaces Roy Henshaw in the 9th loses after he gives up a single to Johnny Moore off the RF wall to tie K's Chuck Klein and serves up the dinger to Dolph.
Sep 27, 1935 - The Cubs clinch the NL pennant in the first game of a doubleheader with the Cardinals 6-2 besting Dizzy Dean as Bill Lee wins his 20th. The Cubs tally 15 hits off Diz led by Freddie Lindstrom's 4. With Roy Henshaw's victory 5-3 in the nitecap the Cubs extend their win streak to an incredible 21 games and reach the 100-win mark. Only once during the winning streak have the Cubs pitchers given up more than 3 runs. The streak ties the franchise mark set in 1880.
Jul 1, 1935 - The Cubs play their first night game and find the hitting is easy as they win 8-4 in Cincinnati behind Roy Henshaw. Billy Herman lights up Crosley Field with two doubles two triples and a single.