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Specs Toporcer from the Chronology
Aug 2, 1926 - In the Giants 4-2 win over the Cards at the Polo Grounds New York CF Ty Tyson seals the victory with an unassisted DP in the 8th inning with the bases loaded. Tyson was beaned in the 6th but stays in the game and snags a Specs Toporcer line drive and touches 2B before Tommy Thevenow can get back.
Apr 23, 1925 - In the 3rd inning at St. Louis Roger Hornsby is hit on the head by a pitch from the Reds Dolf Luque (as noted by Retrosheet). A groggy Rajah is replaced with a courtesy runner Specs Toporcer. Hornsby returns to the field in the 4th but after 2 innings is taken to the hospital. He'll miss 2 games with a slight concussion. The Reds win 7-2.
Jun 12, 1922 - The Cards get 10 straight hits in the 6th to beat the Phils 14-8 tying their own ML record of September 17 1920. One of the hits is a smash over the short RF fence with 2 men on by SS Specs Toporcer the first nonpitcher to wear glasses. But Toporcer's first homer is negated when he passes base runner Doc Lavan. Specs is credited with a single. Roy Walker is the winner.