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Ted Lewis from the Chronology
Sep 7, 1901 - The first-place White Sox dispose of slumping Boston by beating them 4-1 in a Saturday game at South Side Park. Nixey Callahan enjoying his switch from the North side to the South side is the victor over Ted Lewis.
Sep 3, 1901 - Cleveland rookie Bill Cristall debuts with a 4-0 gem over Boston a first in the fledgling AL. Cristall allows 5 hits in the game 2 win. Teammate Earl Moore shuts out faltering Boston on 2 hits in the opener to win 1-0 over Ted Lewis.
Jul 1, 1901 - With Boston leading 5-2 over the Orioles in the 6th inning the O's score 2 runs off starter George Cuppy and he leaves with 2 runners on base. Reliever Ted Lewis allows the runs to score and Baltimore goes on to win 7-5. Lewis is charged with the loss under the existing rules.
Jun 22, 1898 - Having lost to Cincinnati 2-1 in 14 innings on June 17th Chicago P Walt Woods loses to Boston 6-5 in 14 innings his 2nd loss of that lengthen a week. Boston's Ted Lewis relieves Vic Willis with 3 runs in 2 on and one out in the first inning and induces the Orphan batter to hit into a double play. Lewis "The Pitching Professor" (he is the Harvard baseball coach) finally triumphs over Chicago in the longest and one of the best relief efforts of the 19th century.
Oct 4, 1897 - The contest for the Temple Cup starts with a 13-12 home victory for Boston over Baltimore before 9600. Charley "Kid" Nichols and Ted Lewis pitch for the winners; Jerry Nops hurls for the Orioles.